This book assesses the capacity of the federal government to recruit and retain highly qualified scientists and engineers for federal service. It recommends more vigorous use of the existing Federal Employees Pay Comparability Act of 1990 (FEPCA), as well as changes in legislation. It discusses the variety of management structures needed to support the different missions of federal agencies and identifies where organizational responsibility for implementing changes should lie.
Table of Contents
|2 THE CHANGING EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT||27-36|
|3 COPING WITH THE CIVIL SERVICE SYSTEM||37-56|
|4 FEDERAL PAY REFORM||57-68|
|5 NEXT STEPS AND RECOMMENDATIONS||69-90|
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