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The 21-page document calls for freezing government spending and replacing the president's heath care legislation with a scaled-back version.
How can government save money? For starters, Feds could work on Columbus Day, Sterling Whitehead write in the GovLoop blog.
A report from Congressional Research Service reports on increases in federal pay and pension since 1969.
A new survey by the Public Policy Institute of California shows high distrust of both state and federal government.
The Cato Institute states Fed employee compensation should be scrutinized.
Last week Republicans proposed a hiring freezeof non-security federal workers. That's just the latest GOP effort to target federal workers' pay and hiring. So far these efforts haven't gone far, but that could change with a GOP takeover of Congress after the mid-term elections, The Washington Post reports.
Halloween is still more than a week away, but for many federal and postal retirees, and retired feds, it started months ago and probably will continue through the end of this year. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey talks about furloughs, a possible pay freeze and even layoffs.
How federal managers can prepare for furloughs, layoffs and hiring freezes from the Partnership for Public Service's John Palguta.
Is all this talk about about furloughs, a pay freeze and now layoffs serious stuff or is this a political pile-on that will go away after the election. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey tests your conspiracy theory IQ.
President Obama said Friday that agencies might leave some vacancies as the administration figures out how to save money, The Washington Post reports.