The Defense Department has finished setting up a massive computer system to handle pay, benefits and personnel records for the more than 800,000 civilians that work for the department worldwide, according to Pentagon officials.
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Federal executives' bonuses hinge partly on what agency they work for.
A new computer system that would give federal employees more control over their 401k-style Thrift Savings Plan accounts won’t be ready for a previously announced kickoff date in November, the TSP board announced Friday.
Employees in the nonprofit sector are more committed than federal employees to their jobs, according to a new study.
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Too many federal executives are receiving top performance ratings and rewards, Office of Personnel Management Director Kay Coles James suggested in a recent letter to agency chiefs.
Federal workers age 50 and older would be able to contribute more money to their Thrift Savings Plan accounts each year, under a bill approved by the House Monday.
Veterans groups are sparring with Bush administration officials over a legislative proposal to boost pension benefits for disabled military retirees.