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Senators vote not to take pay raise

Senate overwhelmingly approves amendment rejecting 1.9 percent projected cost-of-living increase for 2006.

Life-cycle funds could become TSP default option

Indecisive investors would have their contributions automatically dispersed among existing TSP funds.

TSP to open retirement fund management to competitive bids

All four managed funds have been run by Barclays Global Investors since inception.

Retirees to get 4.1 percent cost-of-living adjustment

Increase for members of Civil Service Retirement System is highest in more than a decade.

Bill to revamp law enforcement benefits expected

Proposal could determine whether Customs and Border Protection officers will receive the same benefits as other federal law enforcement officers.

Figuring Your Locality Pay

The lowdown on what the Federal Salary Council's 2006 locality pay recommendations mean for you.

Senate moves to close pay gap for feds called to military duty

Amendment marks the fourth try at getting rule enacted.

Implementation cited as biggest obstacle to personnel reforms

Many policies already in place are underused, observers say.

Contractor health care measure remains in Defense spending bill

Language prevents Pentagon from granting contractors an advantage in public-private job competitions if they pay less in employee health premiums than the government does.

Payband Aid

A mainstay of the personnel reform movement is a mystery to many.