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Modernizing the federal government paying for performance

Silvia Montoya John D Graham (John David), 1956- c2007

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  • Title:
    Modernizing the federal government paying for performance
  • Author: Silvia Montoya
  • John D Graham (John David), 1956-
  • Subjects: Personnel management -- United States; Employee motivation -- United States; Merit pay -- United States; United States -- Officials and employees -- Salaries, etc; Electronic books
  • Description: Cover; Preface; Contents; Figure; Tables; Summary; Abbreviations; Part One - Introduction; Part Two - Pay for Performance: Social Science Perspective; Part Three - PFP: Different Forms; Part Four - The Appraisal System: A Source of Concern; Personal Characteristics; Rater Training; Part Five - PFP in the Public Sector: Evidence; Pay for Performance in the State Systems; Part Six - PFP in the U.S. Federal Government; The GS Structure; How Are Employees Evaluated?; Is Performance Evaluation Linked to Pay?; Measuring Substandard Performance in the Federal Government
    Is It Necessary to Modify the GS System?Part Seven - Some Departures from the GS; The DoD PFP Demonstration Projects; What Is Broadband Pay?; The SES; FDIC and IRS; Part Eight - Proposals to Change the GS; Part Nine - Burgeoning Opposition to PFP; The TSA; Opposition to the DoD's PFP Scheme; References; Related Readings
    Enhancing the performance of the civil service has been a central objective of the United States since the Civil Service Reform Act of 1978 authorized a performance-based component to federal salary structures. In 2003, the National Commission on the Public Service, also known as the Volcker Commission, recommended that explicit pay-for-performance (PFP) systems be adopted more broadly throughout the federal government. The authors compare several proposals aimed at enhancing the role of PFP in the federal government: a White House proposal (the Working for America Act), which recommends that
  • Publisher: Santa Monica, CA : RAND
  • Creation Date: c2007
  • Format: 1 online resource (55 p.).
  • Language: English
  • Identifier: ISBN1-281-43022-6;ISBN9786611430221
  • OCLC Number: 437212079
  • Institution Zone MMS ID: 991000441714703378$$I01TRAILS_CDKC
  • Network Zone MMS ID: 9911588442103366
  • Source: 01TRAILS ALMA

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