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While federal officials worry about anthrax arriving in the mail, some agencies are neglecting to pay attention to what’s coming through their front doors. A Government Executive staff report found mixed security at federal buildings in Washington.
In what has become an annual event, the House civil service panel on Tuesday complained about the rising costs of health care coverage under the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program (FEHBP).
Senior federal executives would have a higher pay limit and could get more annual leave, under legislation proposed by the Bush administration Monday.
President Bush praised the dedication and commitment of the government’s career executives and underscored his administration’s support for outsourcing during a speech before the Senior Executive Service on Monday
Federal managers could offer $25,000 buyouts, make on-the-spot hiring decisions and design personnel systems that could be permanently exempt from Title V of the Civil Service Code under legislation unveiled by the White House Monday.
As the Thrift Savings Plan opens up to military personnel, some federal employees are bailing out of the market. But most are staying put.