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    NSPS Transition Office Launches Two Web-Based Training Courses

    NSPS Transition Office Launches Two Web-Based Training Courses
    The NSPS Transition Office has developed two web-based training courses to support employees during the transition. While the courses address the various responsibilities of managers and supervisors, the content is useful for all employees to help them prepare for the transition and gain a level of comfort regarding classification and performance management processes. Courses are described as follows: Classifying Positions under ...
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    Federal Salaries: How to Talk Your Way Up the Scale

    Federal Salaries: How to Talk Your Way Up the Scale
    People frequently ask me if it's possible to negotiate a higher federal salary. The answer is yes, provided you have some basic information about government pay scales. Each government job has a salary range defined by steps within a pay grade. There is a range that the HR specialist and supervisor may have in mind to offer you, depending on your ...
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    GS Pay Scale FAQs

    GS Pay Scale FAQs
    While we're constantly working to improve our guide to the GS Pay Scale, it can still be a confusing system. We created this page in order to answer any specific questions you might have about the Pay Scale. Since many users seem to have similar question, we'll continue to post the questions we receive here, along with the best answers we ...
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    GovCentral's Salary Related Articles

    GovCentral's Salary Related Articles
    The Department of Defense (DOD) is the lead agency responsible for conducting Federal Wage System (FWS) wage surveys and issuing wage schedules. DOD's Civilian Personnel Management Service maintains a website with all FWS wage schedules. You can access FWS wage schedules by using the website link below: Department of Defense Website ● GS Pay Scales ● Current APF Wage Schedules ● ...
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    Nontraditional Jobs That Pay $100K

    Nontraditional Jobs That Pay $100K
    It's no secret that doctors, lawyers, traders and senior executives at large corporations typically earn six figures or more. But where are the $100,000 jobs for the rest of us - the 140 million American workers who lack the inclination, the aptitude or the tolerance for student debt to go for the classic big-money careers? It turns out that in 2008, ...
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    Federal GS Pay Raise in 2010 to Increase 2%

    Federal GS Pay Raise in 2010 to Increase 2%
    The federal civilian workforce will receive a 2 percent pay increase in fiscal 2010 under the Obama administration's proposed budget. This is a significant percent decrease from the previous 3.5% and 3.9% increases in 2008 and 2009, respectively. The administration has cited this lower percentage increase as reflective of the current economic crisis. Such a measure will make federal pay and ...
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    Federal Wage System: Introduction

    Federal Wage System: Introduction
    The Federal Wage System (FWS) was developed to make the pay of Federal blue-collar workers comparable to prevailing private sector rates in each local wage area. Before the FWS, there was no central authority to establish wage equity for Federal trade, craft, and laboring employees. In 1965, President Johnson ordered the former Civil Service Commission to work with Federal agencies and ...
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    2011 Government General Schedule Pay Scale

    2011 Government General Schedule Pay Scale
    The President issued a two-year pay freeze for civilian government employees. This will freeze pay at its current 2010 levels. Scroll down below to see the 2011 government pay scale. Find the pay locality in your area at GovCentral's Pay Scale Channel ATLANTA-SANDY SPRINGS-GAINESVILLE, GA-AL BOSTON-WORCESTER-MANCHESTER, MA-NH-RI-ME BUFFALO-NIAGARA-CATTARAUGUS, NY CHICAGO-NAPERVILLE-MICHIGAN CITY, IL-IN-WI CINCINNATI-MIDDLETOWN-WILMINGTON, OH-KY-IN CLEVELAND-AKRON-ELYRIA, OH COLUMBUS-MARION-CHILLICOTHE, OH DALLAS-FORT WORTH, TX ...
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    Independent analysis of federal and private salary data needed

    Independent analysis of federal and private salary data needed
    The issues surrounding pay and benefits for federal employees continues to be a controversial one. Federal News Radio told you last week that John Berry, director of the Office of Personnel Management, was incensed at an editorial in the Washington Times last week. That op-ed piece claimed that federal employees don't always work hard to earn their salaries. Chris Edwards is ...
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    Federal pay ahead of private industry

    Federal pay ahead of private industry
    Federal employees earn higher average salaries than private-sector workers in more than eight out of 10 occupations, a USA TODAY analysis of federal data finds. Accountants, nurses, chemists, surveyors, cooks, clerks and janitors are among the wide range of jobs that get paid more on average in the federal government than in the private sector. Overall, federal workers earned an average ...
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    NSPS Transition Planning Continues

    NSPS Transition Planning Continues
    The Department of Defense announced that the majority of NSPS employees are scheduled to transition to non-NSPS personnel systems by September 30, 2010, more than a year earlier than required by the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for FY 2010. This statute requires all employees to transition from NSPS by no later than January 1, 2012 with no loss of or ...
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    White House proposes 1.4 percent pay raise

    White House proposes 1.4 percent pay raise
    President Obama is proposing to give federal employees and military servicemen and women the same pay raise-1.4 percent-the lowest recommendation in almost 40 years The President submitted his fiscal 2011 budget to Congress today detailing several proposals, including an entire section devoted to the federal workforce and data about everything from retirements to pay to education levels. [widget:674] The 1.4 percent ...
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    Obama Issues Order Implementing 2010 Pay Raise

    Obama Issues Order Implementing 2010 Pay Raise
    President Obama on December 23, 2009 issued an executive order implementing a 2.0 pay raise for federal employees and a 3.4 percent pay raise for service members in 2010. Find the pay scale for your area The executive order reflects the pay rates included in the fiscal 2010 omnibus spending package and Defense Appropriations Act approved this month by Congress and ...
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    2010 Pay Locality BUFFALO-NIAGARA-CATTARAUGUS, NY

    SALARY TABLE 2010-BU
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    2010 Pay Locality REST OF U.S.

    Salary Table 2010-Rus
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    2010 Pay Locality WASHINGTON-BALTIMORE-NORTHERN VIRGINIA, DC-MD-VA-WV-PA

    Salary Table 2010-Dcb
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    2010 Pay Locality SEATTLE-TACOMA-OLYMPIA, WA

    Salary Table 2010-Sea
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    2010 Pay Locality SAN JOSE-SAN FRANCISCO-OAKLAND, CA

    Salary Table 2010-Sf
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    2010 Pay Locality SAN DIEGO-CARLSBAD-SAN MARCOS, CA

    Salary Table 2010-Sd
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    2010 Pay Locality SACRAMENTO--ARDEN-ARCADE--YUBA CITY, CA-NV

    Salary Table 2010-Sac
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