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Appointee bonuses topped $1 million in 2002

The Bush administration awarded nearly $1.5 million in performance bonuses to political appointees in 2002, according to the Office of Personnel Management.

Follow the leader

Pentagon leaders might follow the example set by Homeland Security Department officials when it's time to implement civil service changes.

House approves bill protecting federal retiree drug benefit

House lawmakers passed a bill Tuesday that would ensure federal retirees retain the same prescription drug benefits federal employees have after Congress approves its Medicare prescription drug legislation.

Independence day

The government's watchdog agency wants a new name and more freedom to manage its workforce.

At DHS, the Bush team and unions are actually getting along

Federal unions and officials at the new Homeland Security Department are doing a surprising thing: They’re getting along.

Labor Department and union wrangle over transit subsidy

An 18-month-long dispute over increasing the transit subsidy benefit for some employees at the Labor Department led union members to stage a second protest Tuesday in front of the agency’s headquarters.