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Making Better Pay Decisions

As pay-for-performance systems spread, managers who make compensation decisions need to be armed with as much data as possible.

High-performing civil servants honored at black tie gala

Science and technology played major roles in award recipients’ work in medicine, security, service delivery and diplomacy.

"GAO management will bargain in good faith," says Comptroller General David Walker.

GAO analysts vote for union representation

Employees vote 897-445 to bring a union into the watchdog agency for the first time.

Defense labor relations reforms waiting on Congress

Pentagon personnel official says it wouldn’t make sense to enact changes only to have lawmakers repeal them later.

Special counsel, merit protection measure advances

Subcommittee passes language aimed at ensuring allegations of discrimination based on sexual orientation are pursued.

Intelligence agencies move closer to common personnel system

New 500-day plan will focus on performance management, pay for performance and hiring in the intelligence community.

HR specialists note generation gap in telework acceptance

Despite slower adoption among older managers, it’s a powerful recruitment and retention incentive, conference participants say.

First civil service union celebrates 90 years

The National Federation of Federal Employees was established in 1917, as the first government union.

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TSP board backs budget hike for tech upgrade

Investments are necessary to replace aging computer equipment, improve efficiency and enhance security, CIO says.

Public or Private?

If you want to keep working after you become retirement-eligible, should you stay in government or shift to the private sector?