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Bush administration, House at odds over 2006 pay raise

White House says across-the-board raise will hurt pay-for-performance efforts at Defense and Homeland Security.

TSP begins permanent open season

Employees can now enroll in the Thrift Savings Plan or shift their contribution levels at any time.

Eyes on the Prize

The pay raise for 2006 is right on schedule, for the moment.

Success of civil service overhaul could hinge on rollout of Pentagon plan

GAO says poor execution of National Security Personnel System could doom governmentwide personnel reform efforts.

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.