The Bush administration awarded nearly $1.5 million in performance bonuses to political appointees in 2002, according to the Office of Personnel Management.
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Pentagon leaders might follow the example set by Homeland Security Department officials when it's time to implement civil service changes.
House lawmakers passed a bill Tuesday that would ensure federal retirees retain the same prescription drug benefits federal employees have after Congress approves its Medicare prescription drug legislation.
The government's watchdog agency wants a new name and more freedom to manage its workforce.
Federal unions and officials at the new Homeland Security Department are doing a surprising thing: They’re getting along.
An 18-month-long dispute over increasing the transit subsidy benefit for some employees at the Labor Department led union members to stage a second protest Tuesday in front of the agency’s headquarters.