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Federal Managers Association

Washington Report

  • FMA Washington Report: March 16, 2021
  • 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 March 16, 2021, edition of FMA's Washington Report. In this issue, we discuss the proposed 3.2 percent pay raise for 2022, President Biden's nominee for director of the Office of Personnel Management (OPM), OPM guidance related to President Biden's Executive Order 14003, and a recap of FMA's 83rd annual National Convention, among other issues. 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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