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(AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)FILE - In this May 18, 2020, file photo, Transportation Security Administration officers wear protective masks at a security screening area at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport in SeaTac, Wash. The Biden administration says it is moving to increase the pay and union rights for security screeners at the nation’s airports. The Department of Homeland Security directed the acting head of the TSA to come up with a plan within 90 days to raise the pay of the screeners and expand their rights to collective bargaining.  (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson, File)

20 years after 9/11, TSA officers renew calls for higher pay

DHS Secretary Mayorkas is reviewing proposals from the Transportation Security Administration, along with input from the American Federation of Government…

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Transportation Security Officers are carefully watching a bill in Congress that could change their lives

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Nancy Pelosi

Congress eyes wide variety of federal workforce changes for future coronavirus relief bill

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Amelia Brust

Know your new paid sick leave benefits during the coronavirus pandemic

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Sen. James Lankford (R-Okla.) AP/Manuel Balce Ceneta

Senate committee kicks off series of hearings on civil service reform

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DoD targets 3,000 civilian workers for new Cyber Excepted Service

DoD will ask around 3,000 current employees to move from the traditional civil service system to one that offers them fewer job protections but might also…

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VA unveils new SES accountability options as Senate fast-tracks vets omnibus

Accountability in the Senior Executive Service will be at the center of congressional discussions on a new omnibus legislative package for the Veterans…

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Robert McKenrick, Diana Rubens, Kimberly Graves, Antione Waller, Linda Haliday, Danny Pummill

VA’s struggles with MSPB open door for SES oversight changes

Senior leaders at the Veterans Affairs Department say the bill that was supposed to help them hold agency senior executives more accountable isn’t working. Agency leaders are considering changes to the VA Access, Choice and Accountability Act of 2014 (Choice Act).

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