+ − Parent Committee US - Post Office and Civil Service (House) + − Bills Assigned (104) US - HR2 Family and Medical Leave Act of 1991 US - HR108 To extend health insurance and survivor annuity benefits to certain former spouses of Federal employees who would not otherwise be eligible therefor. US - HR109 To amend the provision of the Ethics in Government Act of 1978 prohibiting the acceptance of honoraria in order to create an exception for honoraria paid for reasons unrelated to the recipient's duties or position. US - HR110 Relating to certain contributions required to be made under the retirement provisions of title 5, United States Code. US - HR120 To extend the authority of the Secretary of the Treasury to enter into agreements with certain cities and counties for the withholding of city and county income and employment taxes from the pay of Federal employees who are residents of, or regularly employed in, such cities and counties. US - HR331 Federal Retirement Applications Processing Act of 1991 US - HR376 To provide an 8 percent pay increase for General Schedule employees within the Washington, D.C.-MD-VA Metropolitan Statistical Area and the Baltimore, MD Metropolitan Statistical Area. US - HR384 Federal Employees Health Care Freedom-of-Choice Act US - HR386 Pay Equity Technical Assistance Act US - HR573 To provide that members of the uniformed branch of the United States Postal Inspection Service be treated as law enforcement officers for retirement purposes. US - HR574 Overseas Teachers Act US - HR575 To provide for a demonstration project relating to treatment for drug abuse and alcohol abuse under the health benefits program for Federal employees. US - HR576 To amend title 5, United States Code, to restore the 3-year basis recovery rule with respect to annuities under chapters 83 and 84 of such title for Federal income tax purposes. US - HR583 To amend chapters 83 and 84 of title 5, United States Code, to make applicable to mine safety and health inspectors certain provisions which are currently applicable to law enforcement officers. US - HR646 To provide that General Schedule employees within Monterey County, California, be granted the same interim, locality-based pay adjustments as have been granted to General Schedule employees within the San Francisco Metropolitan Statistical Area. US - HR658 To amend title 5, United States Code, to allow Federal employees to take time off from duty to serve as bone marrow donors. US - HR705 Federal Employees Long-Term Care Insurance Act US - HR765 To amend title 5, United States Code, to allow for coverage under the health benefits program of unmarried dependent children between ages 22 and 23 if they are full-time students. US - HR766 Reproductive Health Equity Act US - HR786 Prevailing Wage Rate Adjustment Reform Act of 1991 US - HR793 To amend chapter 83 of title 5, United States Code, to extend the civil service retirement provisions of such chapter which are applicable to law enforcement officers to inspectors of the Immigration and Naturalization Service, inspectors and canine enforcement officers of the United States Customs Service, and revenue officers of the Internal Revenue Service. US - HR802 Civil Service and Federal Employee Retirement Check Delivery Assurance Act of 1991 US - HR815 To amend title 5, United States Code, to provide that service performed by air traffic second-level supervisors and managers be made creditable for retirement purposes. US - HR882 To amend Public Law 85-745 to provide that a former President may receive monetary allowances under that law only after waiving any rights to receive any other annuity or pension to which the former President would otherwise be entitled under any other Federal law. US - HR927 Federal Employee Family-Building Act of 1991 US - HR1021 Federal Employee Family-Building Act of 1991 US - HR1077 To amend title 5, United States Code, to deny annuity benefits with respect to any Member of Congress convicted of a felony. US - HR1161 Women's Health Equity Act of 1991 US - HR1210 Desert Storm Reservist Family Fairness Act of 1991 US - HR1234 To provide for the payment of a special pay differential to a Federal employee serving on active duty as a member of a reserve component of the Armed Forces during the Persian Gulf Conflict to compensate for any decrease in pay experienced during the period of that military service. US - HR1243 To amend title 5, United States Code, to allow post differentials to be paid to Federal employees serving on detail in the Arabian Peninsula Combat Zone in support of members of the armed forces, and for other purposes. US - HR1265 To protect Federal civilian employees who were called to active military duty during the Persian Gulf crisis from diminution, due to such call, of their Federal salaries or benefits. US - HR1269 To amend title 5, United States Code, to remove the restriction which prevents locality-based comparability payments from being extended to prevailing rate employees, and to provide an 8 percent pay increase to prevailing rate employees within certain high-cost areas. US - HR1298 To provide, with respect to those areas of Connecticut which were excluded from the President's recent exercise of authority under section 302 of the Federal Employees Pay Comparability Act of 1990, the same pay increase as was provided with respect to the New York-Northern New Jersey-Long Island, NY-NJ-CT Consolidated Metropolitan Statistical Area; and for other purposes. US - HR1300 Universal Health Care Act of 1991 US - HR1308 Equity for Federal Employee Reservists Act US - HR1316 Performance Management and Recognition System Amendments of 1991 US - HR1378 To permit certain Federal employees who retired or became entitled to receive compensation for work injury before December 9, 1980, to elect to resume coverage under the Federal employees' group life insurance program. US - HR1386 To amend title 5, United States Code, to provide for the reimbursement of expenses incurred by a Federal employee in the adoption of a child. US - HR1387 To amend title 5, United States Code, to allow Federal employees to take parental leave for purposes of participating in or attending certain education-related activities. US - HR1479 To amend title 5, United States Code, to provide that the Civil Service Retirement and Disability Fund be excluded from the budget of the United States Government. US - HR1512 To amend title 5, United States Code, to include service during World War II in the United States merchant marine as military service for purposes of the civil service retirement system. US - HR1626 Employee Leave Act of 1991 US - HR1653 Agricultural Extended Retirement Credit Act of 1991 US - HR1681 FEGLI Living Benefits Act US - HR1738 To provide an 8 percent pay increase for Federal employees within the San Diego, CA Metropolitan Statistical Area. US - HR1752 World War II Cadet Nurse Civil Service Fairness Act US - HR1753 Omnibus Adoption Act of 1991 US - HR1774 Federal Employees Health Benefits Reform Act of 1991 US - HR1820 Federal Employees Retirement Incentive Act US - HR1944 To provide an 8-percent interim geographic pay increase for certain Federal employees, and for other purposes. US - HR2159 Social Security Procedural Improvements Act of 1991 US - HR2208 To amend titles 5 and 37, United States Code, to provide procedural due process in determining the status of members of the uniformed services and Federal employees listed in a missing status and to require the Secretary of Defense to review procedures regarding the determination and resolution of that status. US - HR2250 Unmarried Child Benefits Correction Act of 1991 US - HR2259 To provide an 8 percent pay increase for Federal employees within the Chicago-Gary-Lake County, IL-IN-WI Consolidated Metropolitan Statistical Area. US - HR2389 To amend title 5, United States Code, to provide that the lump-sum alternative form of annuity option under each of chapters 83 and 84 of such title be made available to any terminally ill individual who would be eligible for a disability annuity. US - HR2419 Air Traffic Controller Incentive and Retention Act US - HR2438 To amend title 5, United States Code, to provide additional health benefits plan coverage options. US - HR2520 To provide that law enforcement officers and other Federal employees in southern New Jersey be treated, for purposes of certain pay provisions of the Federal Employees Pay Comparability Act of 1990, in the same manner as if they were serving in the New York-Northern New Jersey-Long Island, NY-NJ-CT Consolidated Metropolitan Statistical Area. US - HR2630 To provide that immigration judges, for purposes of determining compensation, be treated in the same manner as administrative law judges. US - HR2675 Federal Employees Humanitarian Leave Act of 1992 US - HR2813 To provide that law enforcement officers and other Federal employees in the Santa Barbara, CA Primary Metropolitan Statistical Area be treated, for purposes of certain pay provisions of the Federal Employees Pay Comparability Act of 1990, in the same manner as if they were serving in the Los Angeles-Anaheim-Riverside, CA Consolidated Metropolitan Statistical Area. US - HR2849 Workplace Family Leave Policy Disclosure Act of 1989 US - HR2850 Technical and Miscellaneous Civil Service Amendments Act of 1992 US - HR3094 To amend title 5, United States Code, to provide civil service retirement credit to a Federal employee for any period of service performed with the American Red Cross abroad during a period of war. US - HR3209 Federal Employee Reservist Benefit Extension Act of 1992 US - HR3229 U.S. Health Service Act US - HR3412 To provide an 8 percent pay increase for General Schedule employees within the Philadelphia-Wilington-Trenton PA-NJ-DE-MD Consolidation Metropolitan Statistical Area. US - HR3433 To amend title 5, United States Code, to grant to the widow or widower of a Federal employee or annuitant whose health insurance coverage would otherwise terminate because of such employee's or annuitant's death the right to elect the same temporary extension of coverage as is available to certain former spouses. US - HR3526 Economic Equity Act US - HR3950 To amend title 38, United States Code, to provide reclassification of members of the Board of Veterans Appeals and to ensure pay equity between those members and administrative law judges. US - HR4023 To reform the system under which compensation for overtime customs inspectional services is determined; to amend chapters 83 and 84 of title 5, United States Code, to provide that customs employees be treated as law enforcement officers for purposes of those chapters; and for other purposes. US - HR4038 To provide that any interim pay adjustment under the Federal Employees Comparability Act of 1990 which becomes payable to a Federal employee as a result of a revision in the boundaries of a metropolitan or other statistical area in calendar year 1992 shall be payable as if the revision had been effective as of the beginning of such year. US - HR4094 Comprehensive Preventive Health Care Act of 1992 US - HR4150 Economic Growth Act of 1992 US - HR4159 Temporary Employees Benefits Equity Act US - HR4200 Economic Growth and Job Creation Act of 1992 US - HR4271 To reform the system under which compensation for overtime customs inspectional services is determined; to amend chapters 83 and 84 of title 5, United States Code, to provide that customs inspectors and canine enforcement officers be treated as law enforcement officers for purposes of those chapters; and for other purposes. US - HR4294 Citizen Representative Reform Act Stop Special Treatment Provision US - HR4296 Citizen Representative Reform Act Use a Stamp Provision US - HR4308 Family Emergencies and Medical Leave Act of 1992 US - HR4354 To amend the Federal Law Enforcement Pay Reform Act of 1990 to provide that Federal police officers be treated in the same way as other Federal law enforcement officers for purposes of that Act. US - HR4554 To amend title 5, United States Code, to provide that any Federal employee serving under a temporary appointment who has completed at least 1 year of service in such position within the preceding 2 years shall be eligible for the Government's health benefits program, and for other purposes. US - HR4566 Good Government Act US - HR4894 Congressional Accountability Act of 1992 US - HR4991 Displaced Federal Employees Assistance Act of 1992 US - HR5201 To entitle Federal employees to family leave in certain cases involving a birth, an adoption, or a serious health condition and to temporary medical leave in certain cases involving a serious health condition, with adequate protection of the employees' employment and benefit rights. US - HR5367 To provide for cost-of-living adjustments in 1993 under certain Government retirement programs. US - HR5500 Health Care for Every American Act of 1992 US - HR5528 Department of Defense Overseas Educators Act US - HR5770 Senior Government Officer Benefit Limitation Act of 1992 US - HR5805 To amend chapter 84 of title 5, United States Code, to provide that the basic annuity under the Federal Employees' Retirement System for a Member of Congress be computed using the formula generally applicable under such chapter for Federal employees. US - HR5823 To amend the provisions of chapter 83 and 84 of title 5, United States Code, which relate to the deposit required in the case of an election to provide a survivor annuity to a spouse by a post retirement marriage or a former spouse. US - HR5837 American Health Security Plan Act of 1992 US - HR5965 Professional Trade Service Corps Act US - HR5973 Family Investment Act of 1992 US - HR5993 National American Youth Service Act US - HR6027 Comprehensive Health Care and Cost Containment Act of 1992 US - HR6074 Federal Employees Discontinued Service Retirement Eligibility Extension Act US - HR6149 To amend title 5, United States Code, with respect to the rate of interest on deductions from pay under the Civil Service Retirement System after performing sufficient service to earn the maximum annuity allowable. US - HCONRES76 Expressing the sense of Congress that all employers, in both the public and private sectors, should follow the example set by the city of Chicago in adopting employment policies to assure the continuity of salaries, wages, and other benefits for employees called to active military service as part of Operation Desert Storm. US - HCONRES215 Expressing the sense of the Congress relating to paid leave for working parents for the purpose of attending parent-teacher conferences. US - HCONRES377 Expressing the sense of the Congress that any health insurance reform bill that is enacted should require that family and temporary medical leave be incorporated as a basic or elective option for plan participants under certain circumstances. US - S3275 A bill to amend the Foreign Service Act of 1980 to allow additional deductions by the Agency for International Development from the salaries of Inspector General Foreign Service criminal investigators for retirement purposes, to increase the mandatory retirement age of Foreign Service criminal investigators from 55 to 57 years of age and to include Administratively Uncontrollable Overtime as basic pay in computing the annuity of a noncommissioned Foreign Service criminal investigator.