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Tenure no longer a factor in senior execs’ annual leave

As part of effort to recruit mid-career employees, every member of the SES gets 26 days off a year.

Counting COLAs

A look at how the 2007 retiree cost-of-living allowances announced this week will play out in the real world.

Personnel agency offers advice on developing better managers

Survey revealing federal employees’ poor view of supervisors prompts new guidelines.

Smart Giving

A new tool offers federal employees detailed financial information about Combined Federal Campaign charities.

Intelligence agencies to follow Defense in personnel reform

Employees at 16 agencies will work under first cross-agency system outside General Schedule.

CSRS retirees to get 3.3 percent pension bump

Retirees in the newer FERS system will receive a 2.3 percent adjustment next year.

President honors elite federal executives

Highest award comes with cash bonus of more than $35,000.

Trial that could out feds alleged to have bogus degrees delayed

Proceedings will only begin next October, because of the volume of documents involved.

Original judge in DHS labor case to keep jurisdiction

Agency officials required to give court a status report on new labor system in nine months.

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