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Just one day after President Barack Obama signed the Defense Authorization bill that ultimately killed the National Security Personnel System, the Acting Program Executive Officer of NSPS tells Federal News Radio how his office is working to get feds out.
Task force says DoD should reconstruct pay-for-performance program. Military expects to decide on path forward this fall.
With the clock ticking toward the Defense Business Board's final report on the National Security Personnel System, have attitudes changed among the federal labor unions who have been vehemently against it? Conversations with two union officials suggest the answer is "no".
Defense still will have money in pay pools for performance-based increases or bonuses. Secretary Gates says he decided to make the raises equal because of ongoing review of NSPS.
Chair of the Task Force tells FederalNewsRadio four key issues have been identified; report to be released July 16.
The Acting Program Executive Officer of NSPS tells Federal News Radio how his office is working to get feds out.