PAY & BENEFITS - ALL ARTICLES
A mid-year review of federal pay and benefits news.
The Bush administration's announcement this week that it will seek a 5 percent pay raise for all military personnel next year has thrown another curve into this year's debate over military-civilian pay parity.
Say good-bye to cold cash bonuses, and hello to a new form of on-the-spot awards.
The Bush administration is protesting a move by House appropriators to allocate enough money to give a 4.6 percent average pay raise in 2002 to civilian federal employees.
Sen. John Warner, R-Va., plans to introduce a bill this week that would raise pay caps set for senior career executives, his spokesman said Friday.