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  • Odds for a 5.2% pay raise for feds in 2024 improve with release of the Senate defense policy bill - June 26, 2023
  • Fighting for a fair and reasonable pay raise for managers is always one of FMA's top priorities.

    By Erich Wagner, Government Executive

    Members of a key Senate panel last week signaled that they would support President Biden’s plan to grant federal employees and military service members a 5.2% average pay raise next year.

    The Senate Armed Services Committee on Friday advanced its draft of the fiscal 2024 National Defense Authorization Act. A committee-published summary of the defense policy bill said the legislation provides an average 5.2% pay raise for both members of the military and Defense Department civilian workers, in line with the proposal set forth in Biden’s fiscal 2024 budget request.

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