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A separate pay system based on performance and results is needed to stop the exodus of information technology workers from the federal government, according to a study released Wednesday by the National Academy of Public Administration.
The General Schedule is under attack. Here's how the government's standard pay system works and why some people want to get rid of it.
A growing number of experts say it may finally be time to end the tradition of rewarding campaign contributors with plum ambassadorships.
President Bush on Friday decided to let a 3.6 percent across-the-board pay raise for 2002 stand, a decision that could leave no room for additional locality-based raises for employees in San Francisco, New York and other high-priced cities.