Federal employees will soon be able to sock away money for extra health care expenses.
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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.