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DHS collective bargaining loss likely to affect Pentagon’s similar plan

Congressmen from both sides of the aisle ask DHS to return to the table with the unions.

NTEU claims victory in large DHS union election

AFGE files a dispute claiming favoritism by management to skew the election.

Unions win broad victory over DHS labor relations system

Appeals court decision could open doors to bargaining over pay, union officials say.

VA refuses to release data used to set pay for doctors, dentists

Union considering legal action to obtain market surveys the agency is using to set new pay ranges for some medical workers.

Smoothing the Transition

How to make sure you get the benefits you’ve earned as soon as possible after you retire.

Pandemic Preparations

OPM reminds agencies of personnel flexibilities available to them if an outbreak hits.

OPM orders bigger bonuses for better ratings

Proposed regulation marks another step toward governmentwide pay for performance.

House panel OKs office to compensate vets for ID theft

Office would process claims of veterans who might have their identities stolen as a result of data breach last month.

House blocks Pentagon labor relations system funding

Provision’s sponsors say they were responding to a February court ruling enjoining the system.

House passes $427.4 billion Defense spending bill

Measure contains 2.2 percent military pay raise, less than the 2.7 percent slated for civilian federal employees in a separate bill.

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