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A pay-for-performance system could be included in a forthcoming plan to reform the U.S. Postal Service, most likely encompassing both employees and managers.
The revised A-76 circular sets tight deadlines for agencies to finish public-private job competitions, but scraps a policy that allowed agencies to turn over work to private contractors without first letting federal employees compete for their jobs.
The White House hopes pressure from high-level officials—including President Bush—will prod agencies to improve their marks on the administration's management scorecard.