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.
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Three former political appointees told House lawmakers Thursday that reducing the number of appointees would help the government run more efficiently and improve the morale of career civil servants.
One agency’s effort to improve the merit promotion system distinguishes itself.