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April 18, 2015 12:47 am
January 28, 2015 — Many people would jump at the chance to phase into retirement. And some feds (probably not many, but some) are going to have that option later this year.
So how is it going to work? When is it likely to start in your agency? What are your odds for getting phased out, or mentored up?
Today at 10 a.m. EST on our “Your Turn”, Washington attorney Julie Perkins joins host Mike Causey to discuss the who, what, when, where and whys of the program.
Perkins is an employment law attorney and partner with Shaw, Bransford and Roth.
As agencies begin to formalize their AI programs and look at where to scale up pilots and use cases, federal and industry leaders point to prioritizing based on outcomes. Learn insights from DHS, NSF and VA, as well as Pegasystems in our new ebook.
Later in the show, senior Federal Times writer Andy Medici will talk about the continued decline in overall federal employees (another 20,000 in 2014) and how that’s about 84,000 in three years.
We’ll also discuss a new round of legislation targeting the federal workforce and how customer satisfaction scores for government agencies continues to fall.
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Mike Causey is senior correspondent for Federal News Network and writes his daily Federal Report column on federal employees’ pay, benefits and retirement.