The Office of Management and Budget is using benefits federal employees received in previous years to justify giving employees a 3.6 percent pay raise next year.
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President Bush has proposed a 3.6 percent pay raise for civilian federal employees next year, according to the administration’s full budget, released Monday.
A 4.6 percent average federal pay raise is looking more and more likely. Plus, bills on the Hill, IRAs and smart TSP planning.
In exchange for public service, the federal government should offer low-interest loans, scholarships and loan forgiveness to college students seeking science and technology degrees, former federal officials recommended last week.