Bill would re-establish a council Bush dissolved in 2001, with the goal of helping front-line employees and managers work together more effectively.
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Comments on a story about Hillary Clinton’s health care proposal indicate that at least some federal employees are very protective of their benefits.
Amendment would forbid federal employees from using appropriated funds for unjustified premium airline tickets.
Hardship pay and other benefits are sufficient to attract qualified civilian employees to serve in Iraq and Afghanistan, agency representatives say.
Percentages detailed for two different scenarios, depending on overall raise approved by Congress and the president.
Those in the newer FERS will receive a 2 percent adjustment.
Recommendations include assigning the Defense Department sole responsibility for performing physical exams that determine soldiers' fitness to serve.
Three House members say employees under new personnel system should get the raise they had anticipated for 2008.
The 401(k)-style retirement program grew $6.4 billion last month, bringing investments to $231 billion.
A look at retirement options for those who aren’t earning executive-level pay.