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David Walker says discontent over changes stems from transition to new kind of compensation system.

Lawmakers grill GAO chief over pay decisions

Analyst says compensation study had "significant" flaws.

Universities propose alternative to public service academy

Plan would create "virtual academy" out of network of existing institutions.

Lawmakers hear concerns on potential health premium increases

Witnesses disagree on effects of new consumer-directed plans on overall costs.

John McCain during a May 3 presidential debate.

McCain pledges to reorganize federal workforce

GOP presidential hopeful says he'll devote "necessary resources" to making sure "government pay scales allow us to attract the finest public servants."

Computing Your Service

Understanding your service computation date and its importance to your potential retirement income.

Appeals court allows Pentagon to limit collective bargaining

Labor unions argue that one judge's strong dissent may merit a full court review of the decision upholding the Defense Department's new personnel system.

Labor panel rejects challenge to DHS union election

Decision upholds vote in favor of National Treasury Employees Union to represent 21,000 Customs and Border Protection employees.

Still Pushing

Short-term disability benefits and electronic retirement records remain high priorities for OPM Director Linda Springer.

OMB orders measures to limit abuse of transit benefit

Agencies will have to ensure that they take basic precautions such as checking that applicants aren’t simultaneously using free parking.

House passes 3.5 percent military pay raise

Bill also would restore collective bargaining and appeal rights to new Defense personnel system, impose new outsourcing restrictions.