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Commerce expands pay-for-performance project

Miami NOAA employees join union expressly to participate in new system.

Tax Changes: Part Two

The second in a two-part series on recent changes in tax laws that could affect your retirement plans.

Ready, Really?

Federal employees think they’re financially prepared for retirement, but a deeper look shows otherwise.

Bush orders health agencies to standardize IT systems

Executive order urges agencies that oversee health insurers and medical providers to share quality and price information.

Tax Changes: Part One

The first in a two-part series on recent changes in tax laws that could affect your retirement plans.

Risk Takers

Pay-for-performance systems may attract a new variety of employees.

Pentagon plans shift of blue-collar workers to new pay system

Defense officials bring in Federal Managers Association to consult on new rules.

Report recommends limited use of pay incentives

Measurement should focus on intrinsic motivation and allow for failure, researcher says.

Library of Congress undergoing workforce transformation

Nearly 200 employees take advantage of a voluntary incentive to retire early, as library prepares to digitally preserve its collection.

CBP continues streamlined process for awarding bonuses

Agency is sticking with its policy until it hears from the Federal Labor Relations Authority on an appeal of an arbitrator’s decision.

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