House committee chairman wants specifics on how $1.2 billion deal would address agency’s persistent workforce problems.
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With the upcoming elections, Congress has even less time than usual to approve the 2009 pay raise.
Bill would allow some who live more than 60 miles away from a VA hospital to receive services at a local facility.
Measure would require universities to refund tuition for service members who cannot complete course work because they were called to active duty.
Ohio senator and others recommend a 16 percent increase in workforce in addition to more language and skills training.
Bill would create a whistleblower investigation office within FAA, and require a two-year cooling-off period for agency inspectors who go to work for an airline.
Legislation also would provide for a Roth IRA and the creation of TSP funds without Congress’ prior approval.
Federal Labor Relations Authority chairwoman resigns; union president praises “professional working relationship” with outgoing OPM Director Linda Springer.
Merit board directs State Department to lift maximum entry age requirement for preference-eligible veterans who want to become special agents.
Linda Springer will step down next month; deputy director Howard Weizmann will fill in as acting director.