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Overtime pay rates for some federal workers could change if the Office of Personnel Management follows the Labor Department’s lead in revising its overtime regulations.
Federal employees will soon be able to sock away money for extra health care expenses.
Most federal employees are satisfied with their salaries, but they hold their leaders in low esteem, a new survey of 100,000 government workers has found.
Federal civilian employees will receive an average 4.1 percent pay raise in 2003, which includes 1 percent for locality-based pay, according to an executive order issued Friday.
House Government Reform Committee Chairman Tom Davis, R-Va., has maneuvered to avoid having to cut $39 billion from federal employee benefits programs. But the cuts will have to come from other agency spending.
Lawmakers want to reduce civilian and military retirees’ tax bills.