+ − Parent Committee US - Post Office and Civil Service (House) + − Bills Assigned (35) US - HR20 Hatch Act Reform Amendments of 1990 US - HR25 Whistleblower Protection Act of 1989 US - HR134 Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Amendments of 1987 US - HR485 National Airways Systems Specialists Act of 1989 US - HR529 To amend title 32, United States Code, to provide that the protections afforded to Federal employees under subchapter II of chapter 75 of title 5, United States Code, be extended to National Guard technicians. US - HR530 To provide that positions held by civilian technicians of the National Guard be made part of the competitive service. US - HR581 To amend title 5, United States Code, to provide that civilian employees of the National Guard may not be required to wear military uniforms while performing civilian services. US - HR763 To amend title 5, United States Code, to establish certain restrictions relating to drug testing by Federal agencies, and for other purposes. US - HR818 Nonsmokers Health Protection Act of 1989 US - HR895 Fair Garnishment Practices Act of 1989 US - HR1012 Federal Employee Discrimination Complaint Procedures Act of 1989 US - HR2027 To provide that employees of the Tennessee Valley Authority who are covered by a collective bargaining agreement shall not be subject to any regulations which take employee efficiency or performance ratings into account in determining the order of retention of competing employees in a reduction in force. US - HR2155 Excellence in Government Management Act of 1989 US - HR2205 Law Enforcement National Labor-Management Relations Act US - HR2418 Garnishment Equalization Act of 1989 US - HR2544 Public Service Education Assistance Act of 1990 US - HR2847 To extend by 1 year a program under which the Government is allowed to accept the voluntary services of private-sector executives. US - HR2986 To amend title 5, United States Code, to clarify provisions relating to the composition of any performance review board making recommendations concerning performance awards for career appointees in the Senior Executive Service. US - HR3086 Civil Service Due Process Amendments US - HR3401 To amend Chapter 55 of Title 5 and Chapter 10 of Title 37, United States Code, to provide procedural due process in determining the status of missing persons and to require the Secretary of Defense to conduct a study of the provisions of the Missing Persons Acts codified in titles 5 and 37, United States Code. US - HR3752 Senior Biomedical Research Service Act US - HR4049 Efficiency in Government Act US - HR4174 Administrative Office of the United States Courts Personnel Act of 1990 US - HR4311 To amend title 5, United States Code, to ensure that whistleblowers are protected from having to submit, without just cause, to psychological or psychiatric evaluations or counseling. US - HR4794 Defense Management Improvement Act US - HR4880 To extend veterans' preference on civil service examinations to members of the armed forces who are honorably discharged, pursuant to any reduction in force, after having served on active duty for at least 6 consecutive years. US - HR4969 To amend title 5, United States Code, to repeal the provisions which prevent annuity benefits under the Civil Service Retirement System or the Federal Employees' Retirement System from being garnished. US - HR4977 Federal Employee Placement and Retraining Act US - HR5010 Defense Employment Transition Act US - HR5079 Department of Defense Civilian Employee Reemployment Act For Facilities Taken Over By Another Federal Agency US - HR5120 To amend subchapter III of chapter 73 of title 5, United States Code, to provide that the provisions relating to political activities of Federal employees shall apply to all Federal employees. US - HR5122 To amend title 5, United States Code, to eliminate maximum-age entry requirements for Federal law enforcement officers and firefighters. US - HR5276 Defense Language Institute Act of 1990 US - HR5322 Senior Executive Service Improvements Act US - HR5643 To grant a temporary extension on the authority under which the Government may accept the voluntary services of private-sector executives; to clarify the status of Federal employees assigned to private-sector positions while participating in an executive exchange program; and for other purposes.