The President's Fiscal Year 1995 Budget: Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Compensation and Employee Benefits of the Committee on Post Office and Civil Service, House of Representatives, One Hundred Third Congress, Second Session, March 3 and 10, 1994
United States, United States. Congress. House. Committee on Post Office and Civil Service. Subcommittee on Compensation and Employee Benefits
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1994 - 97 pages
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The President's Fiscal Year 2010 Budget: Hearing Before the ..., Volume 4
United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Budget
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Page 19 - The National Association of Government Employees (NAGE) is an affiliate of the Service Employees International Union, the fourth largest union in the AFL-CIO. NAGE represents...
Page 16 - Limitations on contributions and expenditures from candidates' personal and family funds should be no more than $5,000. Mr. Chairman, I would like to thank you again for this opportunity to appear before your Committee, and again I would like to emphasize that we really have to work hard to make sure we have some stringent campaign laws for the District of Columbia that are reasonable, and...
Page 66 - I will be happy to answer any questions that you have. [The prepared statement of Ms.
Page 88 - UNGAR, DIRECTOR, FEDERAL HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT ISSUES, GENERAL GOVERNMENT DIVISION, US GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE, ACCOMPANIED BY FRANK SUBALUSKY, NORMAN STUBENHOFER, AND PHILIP KAGAN Mr.
Page 46 - That is, using Hay job content points as a common denominator, SES positions were compared to positions which Hay had evaluated in a wide variety of industrial organizations and service industries, as well as in some nonprofit organizations and local governments. The...
Page 46 - SES total cash compensation ranged from 47% to 74% of that of average industry total cash compensation for jobs of the same difficulty. Thus, SES total cash compensation for these positions would have had to be increased by from 35% to 114% to attain comparability with private industry in that year.
Page 46 - To understand how government executives compare with their private sector peers, SEA contracted with the Hay Group from 1993 to 1996 to conduct annual studies comparing compensation of SES positions with that of comparable positions in private industry. A sample of SES positions was selected (across a range of agencies, SES pay rates, and functions) from Hay's data bases of SES evaluated positions Using Hay's job content evaluation points, SES positions were compared to their precise counterparts...
Page 90 - The government should adopt actuarial valuation methods and funding provisions that reflect the full cost of accruing retirement benefits and charge to agency operations all costs not covered by employee contributions.
Page 16 - ... perform the work in-house rather than contract it out, they are not authorized to hire additional government personnel. Apparently, although there is no room in their personnel budgets, there is plenty of room in procurement budgets to accomplish the work. It is ironic that ever tighter restrictions on hiring federal workers are leading to what has been shown to be more expensive contracting out of these services. As the government attempts to reinvent itself through downsizing, it will become...