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Civil Service Reform After Two Years: Some Initial Problems Resolved but Serious Concerns Remain
FPCD-82-1: Published: Nov 10, 1981. Publicly Released: Nov 10, 1981.
The Civil Service Reform Act requires GAO to submit annual reports to the President and Congress on significant activities of the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) and the Merit Sytems Protection Board (MSPB), including the Office of the Special Counsel. In addition, GAO was asked to include the activities of the Federal Labor Relations Authority (FLRA) in its reports.The startup and transition...
Need for Pay Adjustments for Top Officials in the Federal Government
113586: Oct 15, 1980
Pay adjustments that were to be provided to Members of Congress, Federal judges, and top Federal executives continue to be reduced or denied. This has resulted in recruitment and retention problems for some agencies and in compressed pay rates for high level Government employees and Senior Executive Service employees. As a result, Federal executives have little incentive to accept promotions with...
Changes Needed in the United States Postal Service's Rural Carrier Pay Systems
GGD-78-84: Published: Jul 14, 1978. Publicly Released: Jul 14, 1978.
The cost of providing postal services in rural and suburban areas was about $885 million during fiscal year 1977. Compensation methods used for rural carriers are the Heavy Duty Schedule, the Rural Carrier Schedule, and hourly rates for carriers serving auxiliary and special compensation routes.Under the Heavy Duty Schedule, salaries are based on evaluated hours that are computed by applying time...