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Pay-For-Performance For All Federal Employees Debate Continues

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Earlier this week, My Federal Retirement reported the House is expected to vote soon on an amendment to the 2010 defense authorization bill that could end the NSPS pay-for-performance system for Department of Defense employees within one year -- a change affecting approximately 200,000 federal employees.

But the broader debate regarding pay reform continues -- particularly that the Obama administration stated earlier this year that it favors a pay-for-performance program for all federal employees.

GovExec.com writes today about the debate:

"As the Obama administration attempts to reform the federal pay system, officials are picking their way through a minefield of alternative pay systems, hoping to learn lessons from existing projects while making sure no employee is treated unfairly." Read the full column here

Also read White House objects to measure to kill DoD's pay-for-performance systems from yesterday's FederalTimes.com.

Posted with permission from: MyFederalRetirement.com



Pay-For-Performance For All Federal Employees Debate Continues
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