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Remember the good old days of substantial pay raises? Well you should because that was 2009. This year. But Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says the pay future is not so bright, for obvious reasons, for white collar feds.
Federal pay raises and retiree cost of living adjustments are welcomed by many if not most of the recipients. But Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says "many" and "most" doesn't take in a fair number of people.
The January 2010 federal pay raise is shaping up to be the smallest increase since 1988. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey explains what happened and how it will shape up for feds in your city.
Government Executive Magazine
July 24th, 2009
Do you have a flexible spending account to help pay for nonprescription medical items not covered by your health insurance? Be advised that Senior Correspondent Mike Causey reports Congress is looking for ways to fold, staple or mutilate the program.
If you're betting on who gets the most this coming January, Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says to put your money on the pay raise horse, not the cost of living mule.
Normally at a time of financial meltdown and economic turmoil, politicians would have, by now, turned on the federal bureucracy as a scapegoat. But Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says that things are looking up, and looking good for feds. At least so far.
Your 2009 federal pay raise, and the retiree COLA are safe and sound. But what about all those other pro-fed benefits Congress has been working on? The answer, Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says, is that they haven't been working very hard.