Department now has until Jan. 17, 2008, to decide whether it will rewrite or drop proposed rules.
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Some indirect costs, such as those for administrative services, were not taken into account, auditors say.
Texas Democrat says if bargaining language doesn’t make it into massive homeland security measure, she may introduce separate legislation.
Plan officials have sent requests for automatic enrollment and a change in the default fund to Capitol Hill, but immediate action is unlikely.
Measure would allow State Department to rehire retirees to help with influx of applications.
A discussion with the head of the Thrift Savings Plan.
Rep. Tom Davis, R-Va., chides Office of Special Counsel chief Scott Bloch for offering commentary on work issues using a personal account.
Recipients would be required to work for the government for two years; program would depend on funding from Congress.
The process of approving a 2008 pay raise for federal employees is running smoothly, for now.
Committee also approves funding for project to shift paper-based employee retirement records to an electronic system.