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Report: TSP needs to assess customer service

TSP managers focus on quantitative measures rather than assessments of the quality of service provided.

Limited Support

Even among Republicans on Capitol Hill, the Bush administration’s push for sweeping personnel reform still has only qualified backing.

Senator offers alternative appropriations overhaul

If Senate followed House plan, Kay Bailey Hutchison, R-Texas, would end up losing her subcommittee chairmanship.

Senator urges go-slow approach to personnel reform

Sen. George Voinovich, R-Ohio, wants to see the results of efforts at Homeland Security and Defense before taking reform governmentwide.

Easing the Burden

House Minority Whip Steny Hoyer wants the government to pay a higher percentage of health insurance premiums.

DHS personnel system attacked, lauded

Several officials tell Senate subcommittee that extensive training is needed if overhaul of system is to succeed.

New Pentagon personnel system mirrors DHS plan

Unions plan to file lawsuit alleging Defense officials violated mandate requiring collaboration with employee groups in developing personnel system.

Appropriators modify plan for military quality of life panel

Plan to eliminate subcommmittees keeps military personnel accounts within the Defense appropriations bill.

House Government Reform Committee creates new subpanels

In reorganization, Rep. Jon Porter, R-Nev., will lead new Federal Workforce and Agency Organization Subcommittee.

Washington-area lawmakers pledge to fight for pay parity

Union official less optimistic about equal pay increases for military service members and civil servants in 2006.