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Federal Managers Association

Washington Report

  • FMA Washington Report: February 10, 2020
  • This report communicates what FMA’s professional staff is doing on behalf of FMA members in Washington, D.C., and provides an update on issues affecting federal managers. Click here to view the February 10, 2020, edition of FMA's Washington Report. In this issue, we discuss legislation that would provide a 3.5 percent pay raise to federal employees in 2021, the lack of a quorum at MSPB, OPM guidance on the 2019 Novel Coronavirus, and other issues. We also invite you to weigh in on FMA's 2020 issue briefs and how to get involved at our 82nd national convention and management training seminar in March 2020. As always, we encourage you to visit www.fedmanagers.org on a regular basis for information on these and other matters.


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