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Bush backs 2 percent raise; seeks performance pay fund

The Bush administration plans to give federal employees a 2 percent across-the-board pay raise in 2004, and create a new $500 million fund agencies can use to raise the salaries of high performers.

Pay-for-performance

Exceptional employees need not fear pay-for-performance measures.

Senate backs omnibus spending bill with 4.1 percent raise

The Senate Thursday passed a $390 billion fiscal 2003 omnibus appropriations package that includes a 4.1 percent pay increase for civilian federal employees this year.

Pay flexibility

Government reform advocates say federal pay systems need some room to stretch.

OPM revamps management intern program, weighs pay hike

In an effort to revitalize the 25-year-old Presidential Management Intern program, the Office of Personnel Management is considering increasing the pay of entry-level interns, the agency says.

GSA lowers mileage reimbursement rate for 2003

Federal employees who travel in their own cars on government business will receive 36 cents per mile in 2003, a half-penny less than they received in 2002.

Pay, purchasing, technology top new House chairman’s agenda

Pay-for-performance measures, procurement reform, and improved technology systems will all see a renewed focus as Rep. Tom Davis, R-Va., takes the helm of the House Government Reform Committee.