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Defense unveils first group of employees to shift to new personnel system

Approximately 60,000 workers are scheduled to shift to the controversial new system next summer.

More 'plum' jobs available in second Bush administration

New edition of report on political jobs cites an increase in noncompetitive positions.

Pay Inequity

Senior officials at the Federal Aviation Administration are looking into the pay cap controversy.

Nine more agencies gain SES pay certification

About 3,000 of the nearly 7,000 top civil service executives now are eligible for salary hikes to nearly $160,000 a year.

Personnel reforms included in intelligence legislation

Bill allows the FBI to set up an intelligence career path and creates scholarships to encourage students to enter the field.

Bill eliminating TSP open seasons headed to White House

Legislation includes financial literacy language.

OPM rules allow agencies to raise some SES salaries

Only those with certified performance systems can boost pay rates to new base cap.

House approves new dental, vision benefits package

While employees must pay entire cost, pre-tax dollars may be used.

Workers will still receive 3.5 percent raise, observers say

Lawmakers, aides and observers say Congress will override the latest White House proposal to cap the pay raise.

Less for the Long Term?

An FAA employee is leading a group of long-term employees who are unhappy with the distribution of a pay cap.