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House Democrat seeks limits on agencies’ personnel freedom

A Democratic lawmaker is pushing for limits on federal agencies that want to change their personnel systems.

Lawmaker seeks delay on Defense personnel reform vote

The ranking member of the House Government Reform Committee is urging committee leaders to delay voting on the Defense Department’s recently unveiled proposal for a new civilian personnel system.

Location, location

Changes to locality pay areas may remain at a standstill while OMB assesses new census information.

IRS is human resources reform model, scholars say

Government executives looking to reform their hiring, performance management and other human resources programs should check out the Internal Revenue Service, a new report says.

Former federal employees benefit from buyout

Employees of the first company formed by privatizing part of a federal agency are reaping a financial windfall after their firm was bought out by a group of venture capitalists.

Pay-for-performance praise

One good government advocate says pay-for-performance can work in the federal workplace.

Pentagon seeks to create new civilian personnel system

Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld has sent a proposal to Congress to overhaul the Defense Department’s human resources management system and transfer authority over Defense civilian employees from the Office of Personnel Management to the Pentagon.