Best Practice Guidance | Agency Compensation: Market-Based
Labor Rates position paper : The position paper contains guidance for agencies to streamline the process of establishing and evaluating their labor billing rates.
To test this, I ran some simple forecasting models that tried to predict core PCE inflation 12, 24, and 36 months ahead using lags (or past values) of either the core PCE or the market-based
This said, however, the American university system is far from a pure competitive market-based
system, and the modern history of universities suggests that blindly emulating them at the K-12 levels has the real probability of creating severe problems.
Our human capital demands today require a fresh approach that meets President Bush's vision of a civil service that is citizen-centered, results oriented, and market-based
It is a work of thorough scholarship that will challenge social policy critics of market-based
welfare to more rigorously address the arguments of rational choice theorists and come to grips with the very complex issues they raise.
Rebuilding the country's physical infrastructure and transforming its economy into a market-based
system is going to be very expensive.
In our market-based
economy, the primary mechanism that regulates firms' risk-taking is the discipline provided by creditors and counterparties.
It is important for all parties to understand that the problem is not with a market-based
approach, per se.
The Standard establishes a market-based
approach that will enable the state to achieve increasingly demanding tiered targets in energy efficiency, demand-side resources and conservation through 2010.
While adding capacity is always an airport's first preference, we believe market-based
approaches have significant roles to play where capacity is constrained in the short or long- term.
Department of Transportation (DOT) today published a request for public comment on the feasibility and effectiveness of using market-based
approaches to relieve airport congestion and flight delays.
Between now and January 1, 2007, all major electric utilities in upstate New York will begin transitioning their larger commercial and industrial customers to hourly market-based
pricing, exposing all businesses in the region to fluctuating rates and price uncertainty.