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Administrative law judges seek higher pay

OPM says pay for performance should be a requirement for increased salaries.

Pay Gap: A Different Take

A libertarian think tank argues that federal pay is actually higher than private sector.

Private sector may be invited to join in human resources consolidation

A request for proposals expected this summer would allow contractors to compete against federal service centers.

TSP moves jobs out of New Orleans, into private sector

Hurricane Katrina prompts faster outsourcing of support jobs for retirement savings plan.

Congressmen seek appropriators' support for pay parity

Group responds to last week’s vote to bump the 2007 military pay raise higher than Bush’s request.

EEOC seeks to offer buyouts, early outs to headquarters employees

Funds freed up would be used to hire investigators, mediators and attorneys for field offices.

Justice agency, union reach telework agreement

About 750 Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives employees will have greater flexibility to work away from the office under new policy.

Lawmakers deny DHS extra funding for personnel system

Unions ask Congress to strip funding completely in an effort to halt human resources overhaul.

Who’s Your Beneficiary?

Advice on filing forms detailing the beneficiaries of your federal benefits after your death.

Taxing Duty

Legislation would grant civilian employees in war zones the tax-free status of their military counterparts.

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