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Three Senate lawmakers introduced a bill Wednesday that would require the government to pay the difference between civilian and military wages for federal employees called to active duty.
The Homeland Security Department’s 170,000 employees will have a say in a plan to replace federal civil service rules with new rules governing their pay, hiring, evaluation and union involvement, department officials announced Tuesday.
Overtime pay rates for some federal workers could change if the Office of Personnel Management follows the Labor Department’s lead in revising its overtime regulations.
Federal employees will soon be able to sock away money for extra health care expenses.