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New leadership at the Senior Executives Association

In a workforce of about two million, the federal government has only about 8,000 members in the senior executive service. A small number, but crucial,…

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Court rules against feds getting monetary damages when they go unpaid in government shutdown

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House Republicans urge EEOC bring employees fully back to the office

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30-by-30: CBP shoots for a much larger female workforce

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Agencies’ transition to hybrid work shows through in 2022 FEVS results

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As DOJ, GSA publicly report on Section 508 progress, US Access Board driving change

Sachin Pavithran, the executive director of the U.S. Access Board, said ever since the Biden administration placed a heavier emphasis on accessibility,…

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Feds who work during government shutdowns aren’t entitled to damages, appeals court rules

The Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit found the government isn’t liable for damages when it fails to pay employees on time during government shutdowns.

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Agencies have resources available to help close skills gaps, OPM says

The Office of Personnel Management said while agencies still need to make progress to close critical skills gaps, there are resources and incentives already available to help them along the way.

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