The omnibus spending bill has been snagged in the Senate. As a result, federal employees will get a 2% raise on January 1st. The remainder will be paid retroactively.
Increased responsibilities of America’s world trade have stretched the human resources of the federal agencies responsible for implementing the country’s trading policies.
New $20 bill listed as one of the best new products of the year
The article compares retirement benefits for Congressional representatives and federal employees
Will the Friday after Christmas be a holiday this year? In some offices, hope springs eternal.
TSP funds are all up for November
The Office of Government Ethics has released a report on conflict of interest prosecutions. Some ethics violations can get a person in serious trouble.
The author contends that pay for performance will not work in a government environment
Controversial provisions in the huge spending bill may delay agency budgets and the federal pay raise
Some employees are unhappy with the 2004 pay raise as the federal government is moving toward some pay for performance features in its pay structure. How does the 2004 raise compare to the private sector?