The IRS has paved the way for increasing the rate paid to federal employees who drive on government business.
The Office of Special Counsel has filed a complaint against two federal employees contending their actions violated the Hatch Act.
Several large unions have withdrawn from the AFL-CIO, taking with them millions of dollars and millions of members. Federal employee unions have experienced substantial losses in power and members also.
As the Bush administration’s initiatives to establish “pay-for-performance” move toward implementation, questions and doubts prevail. (Part 3 of 3 in a series of articles on pay for performance).
OPM should work with the CHCO Council to determine more efficient ways to administer the federal student loan program and to measure its results, GAO said.
If the federal government is to achieve even modest success in implementing new DHS and DoD regulations that tie salaries to individual achievement, some formidable barriers must be scaled.
DoD and DHS are the vanguard agencies for widespread introduction of pay for performance. As implementation nears, doubts and concerns within government are reaching tsunami levels…
According to OPM, USAJOBS has logged in more than 130 million unique visitors since its re-launch on August 4, 2003, and more than 1.4 billion hits and job seekers have created about 1.5 million new resumes to apply for federal jobs.
Litigation over survivor annuities can impact more than one person–here is one case which will lead to family tension.
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