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The legislation would provide a 3.9 percent base pay bump, and a 1.4 percent boost in locality pay.
NTEU announces 2016 legislative priorities in pay, benefits and workplace rights.
MSPB appeal rights also would be stripped, according to the department’s draft document under consideration on Capitol Hill.
Judges' decisions to reinstate Diana Rubens and Kim Graves demonstrate the thorny personnel issues a 2014 law is creating.
Funds invested in retirement accounts will go “from massive to even more massive,” official says.
Presidential candidates discuss ways to hold federal employees more accountable.
Eligible employees can earn up to $237,700 in basic and premium pay through this year.
The Defense secretary has broad discretion to determine paid maternity leave for female service members.