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Salary council recommends 1 percent locality pay boost

Annual pay raise would also include 2.5 percent across-the-board increase in 2005.

Healthier Health Care

The Office of Personnel Management leads the charge for a consumer-driven federal health insurance system.

House signs off on 3.5 percent pay raise

Civil service employees move a step closer to getting the same raise as military service personnel next year.

More workers would get locality pay under OPM proposal

About 15,000 employees in outlying areas around big cities could win eligibility for additional locality pay.

Pentagon can't justify reserve retirement overhaul, report says

Legislative proposals to revamp the military reserve retirement system might end up costing the government more than it gains in retention, according to GAO.

Pay raise may not kick in until next spring

A 3.5 percent civil service raise is likely to pass, House Democratic leader says, but probably not in time to take effect in January.

Defense fine-tunes new personnel system regulations

Union bargaining will be limited and civilian personnel rules will be more flexible.

Pushing HSAs

Bush administration officials and the Office of Personnel Management are bullish on Health Savings Accounts.

Some TSP services suspended due to Hurricane Ivan

The National Finance Center, which handles administrative duties for the Thrift Savings Plan, narrowly avoided a hit from a hurricane this week.

Officials weigh mandatory retirement age for public safety officials

A Senate lawmaker questions whether compulsory retirement ages still make sense.

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