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Bush administration unveils 2002 pay increases

President Bush has ordered pay raises ranging from 4.52 percent to 5.42 percent for federal employees in 2002, depending on where they work.

Legislative winners

As is true in all years, most federal pay and benefits proposals on Capitol Hill failed to make the leap into law in 2001. But some did.

Civilian employees eligible for ‘hostile fire’ pay

Federal employees who were at the Pentagon and World Trade Center complex during the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks are eligible for a one-time payment of $150, under a provision approved by Congress last week.

OPM picks long-term care contractor

The Office of Personnel Management on Tuesday announced the contractor that will run the government’s long-term care insurance program for federal workers, military personnel and retirees.