Hiring/Retention

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Promoting Schedule F alternative, working group warns against Trump-era plan resurgence

The non-partisan experts warn Schedule F will leave the door open to politicization and patronage throughout the federal workforce.

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U.S. Air Force photo by Chustine MinodaU.S. Air Force Capt. Jennifer Orozco, 60th Medical Operations Squadron clinical social worker and her spouse, Josue, participate in the Military Spouse Appreciation Day campaign at Travis Air Force Base, California, April 7, 2022.

DoD expanding military spouse paid fellowship program

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NLRB, Jennifer Abruzzo

NLRB ‘doing more with less’ between growing caseload, stagnating staffing

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(AP Photo/Susan Walsh)USPS, postal service, hiring

Postal hiring reform helped, but there’s more work to do

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Military Family, Military Spouse

A fresh effort to help overseas military spouses work federal jobs remotely

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Feds heighten calls to service during Public Service Recognition Week

Leaders at OPM and OMB use Public Service Recognition Week as an opportunity to highlight the many job opportunities available across the federal workforce.

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Capitol Riot Investigation

Lawmakers press agencies on ‘employment barriers’ for federal employees teleworking overseas

Democrats on the House Oversight and Accountability Committee are asking 24 agencies how many employees are holding jobs while teleworking overseas.

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Secretary of State Antony Blinken

Foreign Service looks back on last 100 years, highlights plan to recruit next-generation diplomats

At 100 years old, the Foreign Service as we know it is highlighting the steps it’s taking to recruit, hire and train the next generation of diplomats.

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