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DHS reorganization won’t stop implementation of personnel rules

Rules still slated to go into effect Aug. 1; some top-level positions would receive title, pay changes.

OMB, lawmakers spar over bid to overhaul civil service

Legislators reluctant to expand personnel reforms to entire federal workforce before seeing results at the Defense and Homeland Security departments.

Red Pen Scare

The countdown to implementation of the Homeland Security Department’s labor relations policies is raising fears in some employees.

Report lays out options for managing poor performers

Homeland Security experiments with extending probationary period to two years.

House approves 3.1 percent pay increase

Senate likely to follow suit, but White House raises objections.

TSP Tech Turnover

The top technology official at the Thrift Savings Plan is leaving after a nine-year run.

FAA workers weigh legal action in pay cap dispute

Workers unhappy with caps on compensation ponder lawsuit to accompany their EEOC age discrimination complaint.

Nontraditional work arrangements underutilized, report says

Nonstandard work arrangements could help provide a pre-trained group available for full-time work if needed, scholars say.

New OPM chief confirmed by Senate

Linda Springer takes over personnel agency during contentious time for the federal workforce.

Flexible spending deadline extended for federal workers

OPM will allow employees to keep money in their FSAs for an extra two and a half months.