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Law calls for 18.6 percent federal pay raise

Federal employees should get an average pay raise of 18.56 percent in 2003 under a 1990 law, a new Congressional Research Service report says.

Aviation safety agency picks recruiting firm, sets screener pay

The Transportation Security Administration has picked a recruiting firm to hire more than 30,000 baggage screeners and issued a pay range for the new workers.

Cutting workers’ comp

The Bush administration wants to cut millions of dollars in benefits to injured federal workers.

The latest legislation

What's new in pay and benefits on Capitol Hill. Plus, long-term care updates.