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Human Capital: Selected Agencies Have Implemented Key Features of Their Senior Executive Performance-Based Pay Systems, but Refinements are Needed
J. Christopher Mihm (au)
In 2003, Congress and the admin. established a performance-based pay system for Senior Exec. Service (SES) members that requires a link between individual and organizational performance and pay. Specifically, agencies are allowed to raise SES pay caps if their systems are certified as meeting specified criteria. This Congressional Testimony is on preliminary results of ongoing work analyzing selected exec. branch agenciesí policies and procedures for their SES performance-based pay systems in the following areas: factoring organizational performance into senior exec. performance appraisal decisions; making meaningful distinctions in senior exec. performance; and building safeguards into senior exec. performance appraisal and pay systems. Illus.
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