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Recent budget proposals by both the Trump Administration and Congress that adversely affect your pay and pensions are strongly opposed by the Federal Law Enforcement Officer's Association.
The House Oversight and Government Reform Committee held a hearing last week centered on federal employee compensation. Specifically, the notion that feds are overpaid.
It’s official. Civilian federal employees will receive a 2.1 percent pay raise in 2017, thanks to an executive order issued last week.
Obama sent a letter to Congress last week directing all agencies to give employees a 2.1 percent pay raise in fiscal 2017.
As of Jan. 1, 2017, federal civilian and military employees will receive a 1.6 percent pay raise, according to a letter Obama issued to Congress Wednesday.
By August 31st, feds will know what to expect for this year regarding a pay raise. That’s the cutoff point for the president, who is expected to propose a 1.6% across-the-board pay increase for civilian federal employees as outlined in his fiscal 2017 budget.
A police officer in Washington state has gone viral because of the unique way he is connecting with the community. See the interview in this short video from FoxNews.
The Trump Administration is serious about pay reform. From the 2018 budget materials that place an emphasis on rewarding top performers, to nominating George Nesterczuk’s nomination to head the Office of Personnel Management is the latest signal that the administration is taking reform seriously.
Federal employees in two locations can expect a pay increase for 2018.