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Ex-TSP chief says private Social Security accounts face steep challenge

Bush administration's plan for establishing personal accounts is "not feasible," says Francis Cavanaugh.

Outside Expert

The FAA brings in a new labor relations chief to level the playing field between different groups of agency workers.

Federal workers happy with health, retirement benefits

OPM survey shows high levels of satisfaction with the Thrift Savings Plan and the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program.

Senator chastises Postal Service on executive relocation payments

The agency says the payments are needed because executives do not receive locality pay.

Acrimonious Assembly

Defense workers’ unions are unhappy with the progress of the NSPS meet-and-confer sessions.

Union laments failed homeland security amendment

Legislation would have restored collective bargaining rights in the Homeland Security Department.

Justice Department attorneys want travel comp time

Group asks Congress to examine department’s February decision declaring lawyers ineligible to receive the benefit.

Bureau withdraws requirement for scientists to raise research funds

Bureau of Reclamation removes a controversial performance measurement less than two days after a watchdog group made the policy public.

Healthy Choices

The Office of Personnel Management will seek carriers for supplemental dental and vision benefits for federal workers and retirees.

Agencies stepping up use of personnel flexibilities, officials say

OPM touts increased use of early retirement incentives and buyout authority to reshape workforce.