OPM

OPM finalizes new policies intended to more quickly discipline poor performers

New rules from the Office of Personnel Management, which become final next month, formally implement portions of the president’s 2018 executive order on…

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Federal employees score new shutdown protections, relocation tax relief with NDAA

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OPM moving ahead with new instructions designed to more quickly fire, discipline employees

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2020 budget takes aim at federal employee discipline, collective bargaining

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New bills hit federal employees with shorter disciplinary appeals process, fees for submitting to MSPB

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MSPB

Congress to tackle MSPB quorum, reconsider longer probationary periods this week

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Agencies barely use probationary period to weed out bad supervisors, MSPB says

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House paves way for 2-year probationary periods for federal employees

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Blake Farenthold

With fast-moving evidence-based policy bill, agencies may add new C-suite member

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Longer probationary periods will get another look in Congress this week

Longer probationary periods for employees in the competitive service and Senior Executive Service are among the many topics the House Oversight and Government…

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Jason Chaffetz

House considers expanding VA-like SES firing authorities governmentwide

Some federal employee groups and committee Democrats are taking issue with a series of bills under consideration at the House Oversight and Government…

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GAO’s report on federal employee performance

Jenny Mattingley hosts a roundtable discussion of the recently released Government Accountability Report on federal employee performance.
March 20, 2015

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