Going a decade without a raise has obviously made some lawmakers resentful of federal workers, at least when it comes to setting an amount and actually approving a raise.
New benefits, daycare grants and possible backpay may all be in the future for Defense Department employees, service members and contractors.
A 3.1% federal pay raise in 2020 is another step closer to reality, as appropriators on Tuesday advanced the proposal to the full House for a vote.
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s inspector general found a third of its inspectors will be eligible to retire in 2020.
The amount of the 2020 white collar federal pay raise will range anywhere from zero to 3.1% if federal unions and Democrats in the House have their way.
It will be late this year, probably November or December, before active and retired federal workers find out how much extra money they may have next year.
The House Appropriations Financial Services and General Government Subcommittee on Monday easily cleared its 2020 funding bill, which includes a 3.1% federal pay raise for civilian employees.
The House Appropriations Financial Services and General Government Subcommittee included a pay raise for civilian employees in its 2020 spending bill.
If you feel totally confused on the subject of a 2020 federal pay raise, or inflation catch up for retirees, it doesn’t mean you haven’t been paying attention.
As federal work has shifted, grades have crept up to the point where traditional job classification is almost a thing of the past.
For many dedicated, ambitious, career civil servants getting into the elite Senior Executive Service is a very big deal.
TSA is advised to pay officers more but not to put them in the General Schedule.
In today’s Federal Newscast, as part of a new pilot program, the Defense Department awards contracts to five companies to actively recruit technical talent from the private sector.
A blue-ribbon panel, authorized by Transportation Security Administrator David Pekoske, said pay was the biggest driver of TSA’s high turnover. But the panel urged the agency against adding its security officers to the General Schedule.