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House Government Reform Committee Chairman Tom Davis, R-Va., has maneuvered to avoid having to cut $39 billion from federal employee benefits programs. But the cuts will have to come from other agency spending.
Lawmakers want to reduce civilian and military retirees’ tax bills.
Asking the right questions during an interview can help agencies hire the best employees.
The budget resolution passed by the House Budget Committee on Thursday proposed a $39.46 billion cut in spending on federal benefits programs over the next 10 years. The House panel also approved a provision supporting military-civilian pay parity.