$332 Million In Federal Worker Bonuses And Searchable Individual 2012 Payroll Records | wusa9.com
WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- A new federal payroll database obtained by WUSA9 and the Asbury Park Press shows $105 billion in federal wages including $332 million in 2012 bonuses and identifies the government's biggest payouts going to workers who deal with natural disasters.
The searchable database shows individual payroll records for fiscal year 2012, including some bonuses, for about three out of four government workers.It's only evil to pay bonuses to CEOs of big oil companies, I guess.The Asbury Park Press estimates the numbers include about 73% of government workers, but excludes Department of Defense, CIA, FBI, Congress, The White House and some security agencies.
Shouldn't there be a PROFIT to base bonuses on? Government isn't supposed to be in the business to make a profit, not to mention ours runs in deep deficit as it is.
What are these bonuses based on?