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DoD authorization bill calls for all converted employees to return to GS system. Legislation also would suspend A-76 for three years.
Tags: contracting , Rep. Ike Skelton , Rep. Jim Langevin , Rep. Susan Davis , Rep. Carol Shea-Porter , Robert Gates , DoD , House Armed Services Committee , NSPS , pay for performance , A-76 , Public-private competitions , acquisition reform , pay raise , General Schedule system
The Tobacco bill might come to the floor of the Senate this week, which means your retirement options might be changing. Also, gains are seen in funds during May.
November was a positive month for participants in the Thrift Savings Plan: Every fund saw gains. But that's only part of the story. Federal News Radio's Max Cacas looks at the month of November for our new monthly feature, TSP Snapshot.
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.
Though the proposed changes might not take affect until 2010, the Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board is starting to get the word out now.
Required minimum distributions have been eliminated for 2009 and new FERS employees no longer have to wait for employer contributions.
OMB says only 30 percent of NFC's 640,000 customers receive pay slips electronically. Employees must opt in to receive a paper pay stub.
Chair of the Task Force tells FederalNewsRadio four key issues have been identified; report to be released July 16.
Good federal managers need to know how to effectively hire and fire employees. Author Stewart Liff says timing is often what's most important.