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Veterans groups are sparring with Bush administration officials over a legislative proposal to boost pension benefits for disabled military retirees.
Some feds can’t wait for pay reform. Others dread it.
The Federal Salary Council on Tuesday said federal employees in Cape Cod should be paid as much as federal employees in Boston, a change that would put thousands of more dollars into the pockets of Cape Cod employees each year.
Federal employees would receive pay increases ranging from 4.02 percent to 4.87 percent in January 2003, under recommendations endorsed by the Federal Salary Council.
Some federal agencies are getting tougher on senior executives, issuing lower performance ratings and giving out fewer bonuses, according to a new report.
An argument for changing the way federal employees are paid.