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Ticking Clock

With time running out on the Bush administration, officials are making the case for keeping up the pace on pay reform.

House Armed Services panel approves $712 billion defense package

Measure includes 3.9 percent military pay raise, half a pecentage point higher than President Bush had requested.

Intelligence community to launch pay for performance system

Employees in 10 of the 16 intelligence agencies will be evaluated and compensated based on their job performance during the next year.

Agencies should improve financial management workforce planning, report finds

Technology is changing the kind of skills federal employees need.

More federal executives are less satisfied with their pay

A new survey shows a 12 percent drop in pay satisfaction among senior executives during the last two years.

Lawmakers say retired feds, government paying double for drug coverage

House Democrats launch an inquiry into coordination between OPM and Medicare agency.

Senior executives back pay for performance

Execs report they’re being held accountable for results, but satisfaction with overall pay drops.

Agencies need better welcome wagon for new employees, report says

Government should embrace long-term orientation process to increase retention and performance.

Federal vs. Private

Comparing retirement benefits in the public and private sectors.

OPM employee pitches winning idea in federal contest

A member of Gen ‘Y’ devises an online career quiz to match job seekers with the right government gig.