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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.

Employees report more respect for managers than senior leaders

Most respondents to governmentwide survey said they like their jobs and think their work is important; results are largely unchanged from two years ago.

Thrift Savings Plan hacker attack prompts extra precautions

Officials recommend installing a protective program on computers and logging off Web site when finished viewing accounts.

‘Survivor:’ Federal Edition

A look at the controversial survivor annuity option.

Take Time, Give Life

Federal employees get 30 days of extra leave to serve as organ donors.

OPM finalizes rule tying bonuses to performance

Regulation contains few changes from draft version, despite concerns awards will be swayed by favoritism.

House votes to grant TSA screeners bargaining rights

White House opposes the move, arguing collective bargaining would hurt the agency’s ability to respond to terrorist threats.

Pentagon limits executives’ pay raises

Separately, officials post 2007 pay tables for employees in new personnel system.

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