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GAO to challenge eligibility of employees to unionize

Agency is hiring private legal counsel, plans to contest petitions of more than a third of employees who filed for an election.

Getting to the SES

Training and leadership programs can help employees get to the top of the civil service ladder.

FAA, union haggle over performance pay

Employee organization argues formula hurts lower-level workers, with raises contingent on factors beyond their control.

Navy rolls out new workforce strategy

Service hopes to set an example for the federal government in recruiting and retaining talent.

The amendment's sponsor, Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo.

Panel backs whistleblower rights for Defense contractors

An amendment to the 2008 Defense authorization bill seeks to give contract workers the same protections as federal employees.

Crediting Volunteer Service

How service in prominent federal volunteer programs is treated in retirement computations.

OPM pushes Homeland Security to move on pay for performance

Department has made progress on personnel reforms, but should begin basing pay on quality of work, report says.

Senate panel moves to scale back Pentagon personnel system

Armed Services Committee votes to repeal portions of the Pentagon's personnel system, amid rigorous lobbying from federal labor unions.

Model for Health Coverage

Democrats in the 2008 presidential campaign turn to the federal employee program as a health care solution.

Union criticizes report backing NASA workforce flexibilities

Group charges that until the agency receives more funding, its missions and workforce remain at risk.

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