This article describes that the General Service Administration’s troubles may extend beyond last week’s revelations of a lavish employee junket to a Las Vegas luxury spa, as House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Republicans reported Thursday information of “an equally dubious employee-rewards program.”
This article states that according to an audit report obtained by House Republicans, in addition to its over-the-top 2010 Las Vegas conference, the General Services Administration ran a “Hats Off Store” awards program that doled out hundreds of thousands of dollars in iPods, digital cameras and other expensive gifts to Public Buildings Service employees.
This article states that the American Council for Technology-Industry Advisory Council (ACT-IAC) recently honored the most effective, efficient and innovative solutions in government at its 12th annual Excellence.gov Awards luncheon in Washington, D.C.
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U.S. Labor Secretary Hilda Solis said Monday that the federal government will provide $19 million in emergency grants to help thousands of workers who lost their jobs when California�s only auto plant closed.
This article describes the gap between federal and private sector wages and how Federal unions and the Office of Personnel Management argue that federal wages lag behind civilian pay by about 26 percent.