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Lawmaker to DHS: Don’t give appointees career status

The House Homeland Security chairman is worried about the department’s transition planning.

Help!

Where to turn for aid in plotting your retirement strategy.

GAO says Defense workforce plan insufficient

The Pentagon is not prepared to tackle a pending retirement wave and other looming workforce challenges, says watchdog agency.

FDA still underfunded, say lawmakers

Despite president’s latest budget boost, some believe it’s not enough for agency to fulfill its mission.

Fair Pay, Fair Play

In order for pay for performance to work, employees must believe it doesn’t reinforce existing biases.

Extra funds could help Social Security improve claims processing

SSA chief says workforce buried under avalanche of baby boomer retirement and disability claims.

Unions clash over TSA representation

AFGE, NTEU battle for membership, influence among the rank and file at the Transportation Security Administration.

Bush seeks repeal of law enforcement benefits for CBP officers

Budget includes proposal to repeal measure allowing Customs and Border Protection officers to retire earlier.

Budget breakdown: How agencies, programs fared

Winners and losers in President Bush's fiscal 2009 budget proposal.

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Bush seeks 2.9 percent civilian pay raise; 3.4 percent for military

Proposal in fiscal 2009 budget comes after annual congressional call for pay parity.