Executive branch agencies are just glomming onto a hiring practice this Congressional bureau has been using for years

Hiring people by their demonstrated capabilities, instead of what they boast on their resumes. It’s catching on at executive branch agencies. It even has a name: Subject-Matter Expert Qualification Assessment. Turns out, the Government Publishing Office has been hiring people this way for four years, and with what it considers great success. Joining the Federal Drive with more, the GPO’s chief human capital officer, Dan Mielke.