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Union seeks to halt funding for DHS personnel system

Agency spokesman argues that cutting human capital funding would be detrimental to employees.

Back to Work, Again

A look at reader reaction to last week’s column on re-employed annuitants, with details on how the rules differ at the Defense Department.

Senator reintroduces pay for performance measure

Bill would deny annual raises to employees with low performance ratings.

Shielding Benefits

Federal employment protects benefits where the private sector can’t.

House panel votes to repeal DHS personnel overhaul

Move comes weeks after department announced its intentions to move ahead with portions of the new system.

Lawmakers probe GAO decision on pay adjustments

House members seek more details on why 308 analysts did not receive the raises promised to them last year.

Feds report job and pay satisfaction

Majority of survey respondents see benefits to pay for performance systems, but many are not confident of successful implementation.

Back to Work

What happens when you retire, but then are enticed to return to the civil service?

Merit board seeks summary judgment powers

Top official sees heavier caseload ahead with retirements, tight budgets, pay for performance and potential expansion of whistleblower rights.

Cleared for Higher Pay

New study shows workers with security clearances earn about 25 percent more than their noncleared counterparts.

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