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New spending measure could ease funding of pay raises

Under proposed joint resolution, agencies would get adjustments to cover half the cost of the raise.

OPM urged to beef up training on personnel reforms

Lead personnel agency also should provide a better forum for agencies to learn from problems and successes, GAO says.

Supplementing FERS

If you’re looking to retire a little early, you may be eligible for a supplemental benefit to tide you over until Social Security kicks in.

Rating Benefits

Federal employees say they are happy with time off and sick leave, but satisfaction falls off after that.

Thrift Savings Plan executive director resigns

Gary Amelio oversaw the recent addition of lifecycle funds to the plan.

GAO employees move toward vote on union representation

Effort to organize analysts in watchdog agency comes after some were denied pay increases.

Medicare subsidy could have softened rise in health premiums

OPM officials argue the subsidy is inappropriate for federal plan.

House members urge pay parity, larger 2008 raise

Next year’s hike should make up for this year’s 2.2 percent increase, the lowest in nearly two decades, majority leader says.

Taking Your Lumps

Facts and details about lump-sum payments for unused annual leave.

Feeling the Squeeze

Agencies with high personnel costs and stagnant budgets are asking their employees to make sacrifices.

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