Administration, in turn, blasts several key bipartisan provisions of potential postal overhaul legislation.
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Unions and management groups alike decry President Trump’s fiscal 2020 budget proposal to severely cut federal employee retirement programs and freeze pay.
The Trump administration has requested the same grab bag of reductions in federal employee benefits for each of the last three years, thus far unsuccessfully.
President's budget includes 3.1 percent increase for military personnel, but only targeted bonuses for select civilians.
The Pentagon won’t confirm reports that it is considering reprogramming $1 billion in “leftover” funds in Defense Department pension accounts to apply toward the controversial wall.
Nearly a month after President Trump signed the law authorizing a pay increase for federal civilian employees, the raise still has not been implemented.
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Rep. Carolyn Maloney, the bill's author, predicts this will finally be the year the reforms are implemented.
Lankford goes beyond the usual rundown of silly grants, suggesting ways to end shutdowns and save money through benefits changes.