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FAA accuses New York controllers of overtime abuse

Union official says allegations are "simply fabricated."

Pentagon again delays new labor rules upon judge’s request

Defense Department will forge ahead with creation of National Security Labor Relations Board.

Employees keep training expectations to themselves

Only a third of respondents to Merit Systems Protection Board survey said they informed their supervisors about their needs.

Women’s group backs personnel reform but urges caution

Organization calls for data collection, analysis to ensure pay-for-performance system is fair to women and minorities.

Lobbying for Locality Pay

Secrets to how some areas have successfully lobbied for higher rates.

Auditors investigating price tag of Defense personnel reforms

Bipartisan group of senators issues request for GAO to examine the Pentagon’s estimate of $158 million.

Military spending on pay, benefits spiraling upward, GAO chief says

Higher compensation packages for service members and escalating health care costs are dampening DoD's long-term financial outlook, David Walker says.

Consultants advise TSP not to change investment mix

Recommendation comes as part of first-ever professional review of the $175 billion retirement savings plan.

Lawmakers press Bush for military-civilian pay parity

Representatives kick off annual clash over the civilian pay raise.

Pentagon scales back, delays first installment of NSPS

Initial group scheduled to enter the personnel system is cut by 54,000 employees and start date is pushed back by four months.