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[Comments on Whether D.C. Authority Complied With Applicable Regulations in Paying Its Staff]
B-279095.2: Published: Jun 16, 1998. Publicly Released: Jun 16, 1998.
Pursuant to a congressional request, GAO commented on whether the District of Columbia Financial Responsibility and Management Assistance Authority has complied with the limitation provided in section 102 of the District of Columbia Financial Responsibility and Management Assistance Act of 1995 in paying its staff. GAO held that: (1) for some or all of the period in question, the Authority has pai...
Pay and Benefits: Comparative Analyses of Federal Physicians' Compensation
GGD-97-170: Published: Sep 15, 1997. Publicly Released: Sep 15, 1997.
Pursuant to a congressional request, GAO provided information on pay and benefits of physicians employed by the federal government and in the private sector, to be used in considering reauthorization of the Federal Physicians Comparability Allowance Act (5 U.S.C. 5948). GAO did not attempt to make conclusions or recommendations on the sufficiency, size, or continued need for physician comparabilit...
Review of Compensation Comparability Report
GGD-96-34R: Published: Oct 30, 1995. Publicly Released: Oct 30, 1995.
Pursuant to a congressional request, GAO reviewed a report comparing federal civilian pay and private-sector pay. GAO noted that: (1) in contrast to a number of other studies, the report concludes that federal civilian employees receive about 51 percent more in salaries, wages, and benefits over their careers than do private-sector employees and that a 33.7 percent wage reduction is needed to brin...
[Comments on Survivor's Claim for Deceased USDA Employee's Unpaid Compensation]
B-233183.3: Published: Sep 14, 1995. Publicly Released: Sep 14, 1995.
No summary is currently available...
Federal Human Resource Management Issue Area: Active Assignments
AA-95-12(3): Published: Jul 1, 1995. Publicly Released: Jul 1, 1995.
GAO provided information on its active assignments in the Federal Human Resource Management issue area as of July 6, 1995...
Federal Human Resource Management Issue Area Plan--Fiscal Years 1996-98
IAP-95-19: Published: Jul 1, 1995. Publicly Released: Jul 1, 1995.
GAO presented its Federal Human Resource Management issue area plan for fiscal years 1996 to 1998.GAO plans to: (1) identify and assess alternatives for decentralizing and streamlining federal human resources management; (2) analyze alternative strategies for fundamentally reshaping the public service; (3) determine whether to privatize the services and functions that federal employees currently p...
[Comments on Representative's Employment of Part-Time INS Employee]
B-261456: Published: Jun 30, 1995. Publicly Released: Jun 30, 1995.
No summary is currently available...
Federal Personnel: Federal/Private Sector Pay Comparisons
OCE-95-1: Published: Dec 14, 1994. Publicly Released: Dec 14, 1994.
GAO reviewed the methodologies for estimating the differences between federal and private-sector white-collar pay, focusing on possible explanations for the discrepancy between official and academic estimates of the federal/private pay gap.GAO found that: (1) there are two main factors that account for the discrepancy between official and academic estimates of the pay gap; (2) official estimates s...
[Comments on Use of Federal Employees as Advisory Committee Members]
B-251181.2: Published: Jan 14, 1994. Publicly Released: Jan 14, 1994.
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) requested a decision as to whether: (1) it could use employees of Department of Energy (DOE) national laboratories as advisory committee members and compensate the laboratories for these services directly; and (2) statutory compensation limits apply to direct labor costs or indirect and overhead costs. GAO noted that: (1) NRC may not compensate DOE for natio...
Safety Board Title 5 Exemption
GGD-93-36R: Published: Apr 29, 1993. Publicly Released: Apr 29, 1993.
GAO reviewed the Defense Nuclear Facilities Safety Board's use of its exempt status for classification, hiring, and pay for its technical staff. GAO noted that the: (1) Safety Board has judiciously used its authority, and there is no basis for discontinuing its exemption; (2) technical staff's pay rates generally conform with General Schedule and senior level pay rates; and (3) Safety Board has im...