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Domestic Security | Legal | Policy - Personnel

DHS Personnel Policy Reforms Continue to Hit Legal Roadblocks

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As part of the US military’s organizational transformation, the Bush administration has pushed to create more flexibility within the Department of Defense’s personnel system with a streamlined appeals processes, more market-based compensation, merit pay, et. al. DID has covered the fight being waged by DoD employee unions against these proposals, and the legal difficulties encountered […]

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