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With the 2002 pay raise almost wrapped up, the battle over the 2003 pay raise has begun.
Federal employees’ long-term care insurance would be free from state and local taxes, under a bill passed by the House on Tuesday.
House and Senate negotiators on Thursday agreed to a 4.6 percent average pay increase for federal civilian employees in 2002, the same basic pay raise that military personnel will receive.
Rising costs in the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program may be hurting your wallet. Unions, lawmakers and other observers have some ideas for holding down federal health care costs.