The Republican Study Committee released its recommendations for ways to cut government spending by up to $2.5 trillion over 10 years. Some of the proposed cuts, if enacted, would directly affect federal employees.
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The president’s annual salary hasn’t increased for several years, but there are a number of other benefits that come with the job.
There has been controversy surrounding the TSA’s use of body scanners in airport security, in part due to questions about the safety of radiation emitted from the machines. The TSA recently published some data on the radiation safety levels of their x-ray equipment.
HR 1722 was signed into law by President Obama Thursday afternoon. Also known as the Telework Enhancement Act, the bill aims to increase the work-at-home opportunities for federal employees.
Many readers have been asking why members of Congress don’t freeze their own annual raises since federal employees are facing a potential pay freeze. It may make some readers feel better to know that Congress has already frozen its pay for FY 2011.
The National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform members failed to get the number of votes needed to send the deficit reduction plan they released earlier in the week to Congress for a vote.
The National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform has issued its report on ways to reduce the deficit and federal spending. Here are some of the key points in the report that are likely to be of most interest to readers.
Have you ever wondered how much money the staff at the White House earns? We’ve compiled highlights from the 2010 White House annual report.
President Obama will announce a 2 year freeze on federal employee pay to affect all civilian employees.