President Bush issued an executive order Tuesday formally implementing a 3.1 percent pay increase in 2003 for General Schedule employees and members of the Senior Executive Service.
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Federal investigators are trying to find the thieves who stole computer equipment and medical records from a military contractor’s offices in mid-December.
A series of recent decisions regarding pay, benefits and union rights have soured President Bush’s relationship with federal labor leaders and many of the people they represent. But the damage is not necessarily permanent.
Attention federal workers who turn 50 next year: You’ll be able to put up to $14,000 into your Thrift Savings Plan account in 2003. But don’t worry about that yet.
The Bush administration has rejected a recommendation to boost the salaries of federal workers in Cape Cod, Massachusetts.
Two chances to change your benefits package end on Dec. 31.
Federal employees would get a 2 percent pay raise in 2004, the smallest pay raise in a decade, under plans being weighed by the Bush administration.