The Office of Personnel Management on Thursday loosened up a regulation that could have cost federal law enforcement officers thousands of dollars a year in lost pay—and lowered their retirement benefits.
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The math behind why your paychecks don't always jibe with the General Schedule pay scale.
The Bush administration wants to raise a cap on federal executives’ salaries, administration officials said Friday.
The Bush administration plans to give federal employees a 2 percent across-the-board pay raise in 2004, and create a new $500 million fund agencies can use to raise the salaries of high performers.
Exceptional employees need not fear pay-for-performance measures.
The Senate Thursday passed a $390 billion fiscal 2003 omnibus appropriations package that includes a 4.1 percent pay increase for civilian federal employees this year.
Government reform advocates say federal pay systems need some room to stretch.