Federal employees, both civilian and military, can expect to receive a 3.5 percent pay increase in January after Congress approved the increase over the weekend.
OMB has sent a letter to Congress urging a 1.5% raise for federal employees rather than 3.5% proposed by Congress.
FedSmith.com readers are not positive or optimistic about a pay-for-performance system in the federal government.
A summary of pay for performance experience in the limited number of agencies that have used this process in their HR system.
Signing of a new law will make several significant changes to the federal human resources system.
Pay for performance in the federal environment faces a tough road according to the MSPB
How should you balance your investment portfolio between stocks and bonds?
The official results of the September 2004 TSP fund funds are in.
Pay for performance is coming to federal agencies. Here is one opinion on making it work successfully.
Federal employee health insurance premiums going up average of 7.9% in 2005