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Labor leader pushes 3.5 percent military, civilian pay raise

More generous pay hike would help close the gap between public and private sector salaries, union president argues.

Service Interruption

What happens to your retirement benefits when you have to leave your civilian federal job for active-duty military service?

Raising Expectations

Can federal employees trust top officials' promises that they won't be denied salary increases in performance-based pay systems?

Back-Office Blueprints

OMB’s plan to consolidate IT infrastructure gets little fanfare in fiscal 2008 budget.

HUD leads way in massive IT consolidation effort

Most of the department’s computer system infrastructure has been outsourced; costs have fallen 20 percent.

Part-Time Rules, Part Two

The second of a two-part series looks at the details of factoring part-time service into federal retirement benefits calculations.

Panelists suggest focus on job performance first, pay later

Compensation may not be the strongest motivation for doing good work, observers say.

Executive Extras

Which agencies are the most generous when it comes to executive bonuses?

Labor leaders seek permanent job competition limits

Union officials urge House panel to renew restrictions on competition from private firms for federal work, and make pitch for higher pay raise.

Senate defeats bid to strike TSA union rights provision

The White House has threatened a veto if lawmakers continue to support the language, which is contained within a massive security bill.

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