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House Democrats propose fix for Secret Service overtime issue

Democrats on the House oversight panel last week proposed legislation that would ensure Secret Service agents are paid for overtime worked in 2016.

Republicans appear to settle on short-term funding bill

It appears Republican members of Congress and the incoming administration are closing in on a plan to fashion a continuing resolution to fund the government through March 31.

Dems introduce bill to address Secret Service overtime issue

Democrats on the House oversight panel introduced a bill that would ensure Secret Service agents are paid for overtime worked in 2016.

DHS head addresses Secret Service overtime problem

Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson last month reassured Secret Service agents who are racking up unpaid overtime hours that a remedy is being sought.

Panel votes for two new pay localities

Federal employees in two metro areas could get higher pay in 2018 under a proposal to establish new pay localities.

More senior execs earn raise this year

More federal senior executives were awarded raises in fiscal year 2015 than in fiscal year 2014.

APWU says retroactive pay increase due in checks this month

The American Postal Workers Union told members that a retroactive pay increase resulting from its new contract will be paid to employees Nov. 18.

VA gave out millions in bonuses

The Department of Veterans Affairs awarded employees more $177 million in bonuses in fiscal 2015.

Salary council recommends new localities for two metro areas

Federal employees in San Antonio, Texas, and Birmingham, Ala., could get higher pay in 2018 under a proposal to establish the two metro areas as new pay localities.

DHS chief issues statement on Secret Service overtime

Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson sought to reassure Secret Service agents working unpaid overtime during this campaign season that a remedy is being sought.

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