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House, Senate committee chiefs urge slow approach to personnel overhaul

Sen. Susan Collins and Rep. Tom Davis want to review new personnel system before it is deployed governmentwide.

No Peeking

Proposed regulations for the National Security Personnel System should be reviewed and approved in the next few weeks.

Federal workers will get time off for travel

The Office of Personnel Management has set interim rules to award compensatory time off for traveling federal workers.

Bush administration plan to reform civil service draws union ire

The General Schedule overhaul is part of the president's fiscal 2006 budget proposal due to be released on Feb. 7.

DHS personnel system unveiled

Unions to file lawsuit asking court to halt implementation of the new system.

Panel investigates military family TRICARE complaints

Families claim revamped health care system fails to adequately cover special-needs children.

Lawmakers renew fight for military-civilian pay parity

Bipartisan coalition urges president to include equal pay raises in 2006 budget proposal.

TSP board resists pressure to establish a real estate fund

Lobbyists push Real Estate Investment Trusts as TSP vehicle; board members are cool to the idea.

Countdown to Life Cycle

The Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board is on track to release its new life-cycle investment option in the summer of 2005.

FAA workers plan lawsuit challenging pay caps

Workers whose base salaries are capped plan class action lawsuit against the agency.