PAY & BENEFITS - ALL ARTICLES
President Bush has until the end of the day tomorrow to decide what he wants to do about federal employees' pay next year.
Office of Personnel Management Director Kay Coles James marked her entrance into the debate over the future of the federal workforce this week.
The government’s system of classifying and paying workers is outdated and needs reform, Office of Personnel Management Director Kay Coles James said Tuesday.
Federal employees could be eligible for $25,000 buyouts--but only if agencies say they don't have the right skills for today's government.
A strapped military health care system, error-prone student aid programs, and substandard public housing are some of the specific federal management problems President Bush pledged to correct in his management agenda released Saturday.
Cost-of-living adjustment news for 44,000 federal workers and millions of retirees. Plus, no COLAs for most federal workers.