OPM

  • Office of Personnel Management

    Kay Ely Associate Director, Human Resources Products & Services Division February 2nd and 4th, 2009

  • Monster Hacks

    For the second time since July 2007, the federal government’s jobs site, USAjobs.gov, has been hacked. The Office of Personnel Management reported yesterday that the back end database run by Monster Worldwide has been illegally…

  • Acting Director of OPM Named

    President Barack Obama has announced the appointment of Kathie Ann Whipple as the Acting Director of the U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM), according to an OPM press release. Prior to her appointment, Whipple was…

  • DoD, OPM finalize NSPS rule

    The Defense Department and the Office of Personnel Management issued a final rule today giving more flexibility to the National Security Personnel System more flexibility in how employees are recruited and hired. OPM and DoD…

  • OPM says goodbye to 39 job series

    Beautician, coal handling and glass blowing are among the 39 occupational series that no longer have a place in the federal workforce system. The Office of Personnel Management cancelled these series that have on average…

  • OPM asks for student loan repayment data

    Agencies must report on their use of student loan repayment program by March 31. The Office of Personnel Management wants the data for calendar year 2008 as well as the first quarter of fiscal year…

  • Steny Hoyer Discusses Berry

    We’re still awaiting the official announcement of National Zoo director John Berry’s nomination to run the Office of Personnel Management. But already, a key lawmaker — and Berry’s former Capitol Hill boss — took some…

  • Office of Personnel Management

    Michael Hager Acting Director January 12th and 14th, 2009

  • Fed workforce survey: a mixed bag

    Improvement needed in work-life balance.

  • Fed workforce survey: a mixed bag

    Improvement needed in work-life balance.

  • What’s in YOUR Paycheck?

    A lot of changes happen with every new year – and some feds can look forward to an increase in their pay. Others are getting more bang for their buck when it comes to cost…

  • Here to Help

    Many people across the country have been hurt by the recession – and are now looking to the government for help. The federal government can’t help, though, if its own workforce is underappreciated. John Palguta…

  • Tuesday Morning Federal Newsstand

    Personnel agency clarifies Inauguration Day policies (GovExec) IG: OMB doesn’t influence DOD in competitive sourcing (FCW) FBI plans large hiring blitz of agents, experts (Reuters) Madoff scandal, SEC role under scrutiny JetBlue, TSA Workers Settle…

  • Open Season: To Change Or Not To Change

    The health insurance open season has been extended. FederalNewsRadio listeners and readers got the first alert last Friday. So what does it mean? Senior Correspondent Mike Causey provides a checklist.