Retirees will get a cost-of-living adjustment next year.
The launch of a new performance management system for members of the Senior Executive Service is imminent.
The Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction should resist further cuts to federal employees’ pay and benefits, and concentrate on other measures instead, House Democrats said this week.
More feds are moving into higher pay grades without assuming more responsibility, according to one analysis.
Military retirees will soon be able to access new monthly electronic retiree account statements on the myPay pay account management system.
The Department of Transportation has determined that congressional action is not needed to restore back pay to about 4,000 Federal Aviation Administration employees furloughed during a two-week partial shutdown of the agency.
The U.S. Postal Service Office of Inspector General has concluded that the Postal Service’s labor agreements contain contract provisions and compensation arrangements that “limit the Postal Service’s ability to manage its human resources effectively and efficiently.”
Data collected in a recent survey of government contractors indicates that contractors are paid on average 7.3 percent more than federal employees.
Some members of the House said they will continue to work to pass legislation to restore two weeks of pay lost by the 4,000 FAA employees affected by the agency's 13-day partial shutdown.
A House lawmaker has introduced a bill that would compensate military service members and federal law enforcement personnel in the event of another government shutdown or debt ceiling crisis.