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Workers will still receive 3.5 percent raise, observers say

Lawmakers, aides and observers say Congress will override the latest White House proposal to cap the pay raise.

Prospects for intelligence overhaul bill remain uncertain

House leaders may not decide until Monday whether to schedule a vote on the bill.

Postal Service reports progress on transformation plan

Agency reduced workforce by 68,000 and increased productivity by 5 percent during the past two years.

Less for the Long Term?

An FAA employee is leading a group of long-term employees who are unhappy with the distribution of a pay cap.

Nonprofits continue move to overturn federal terrorist-screening rule

Government issues guidance on how organizations are expected to comply with anti-terrorism regulation.

Consultants pitch services to federal property managers

New executive order creates sudden demand as agencies have to list inventory and develop strategic plans.

Army seeks more help as war expenses outpace funding

Army officials recently asked Congress to shift funds out of fiscal 2005 military personnel appropriations to cover equipment costs.

GAO, scholars push for governmentwide personnel reform guidelines

Agencies warn that not complying with personnel reform could fracture the civil service.

Army undersecretary retiring Friday

Les Brownlee led the service through three turbulent years of wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and a huge nation-buiilding effort.