A frontrunner for the top spot on a key House Government Reform subcommittee has announced that he will not seek re-election, leaving the field wide open.
PAY & BENEFITS - ALL ARTICLES
But the number of jobs open to outside applicants dwindled in 2003, study finds.
The independent agency asks for more flexibile system, but a union leader says the plan would hurt workers.
Reimbursements to employees under three-year-old benefit program totaled $9.1 million in fiscal 2003.
A senior lawmaker wants employees with flexible healthcare spending accounts to keep unspent money at the end of each year.
Former First Lady Rosalynn Carter calls for more funding to be directed to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Labor leaders lobby members of Congress to put pressure on Homeland Security officials to extend discussions.
A Government Accountability Office survey of eight Army Reserve units finds that 95 percent of personnel experienced pay problems.
Three federal workers' unions are petitioning an appeals court to take another look at a case involving overtime for federal workers.
The Office of Personnel Management is touting its hiring process, which over the past nine months brought in employees at an average of 36 days each.