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Defense gets green light to hire experts at higher salaries

Under a new policy announced last week, the Defense Department will begin to recruit up to 2,500 “highly qualified experts” and pay them wages greater than other civil servants would receive.

'Teach the young' about service, urges Supreme Court justice

Federal recruiters should emphasize the rewarding and exciting nature of public service in an effort to draw young people into the ranks of government workers, Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor said Monday.

Guide stresses planning, communication in job competitions

Federal managers must plan ahead, involve top executives in decision-making, communicate clearly and coordinate with personnel officials in order to maximize the benefits of competitive sourcing, according to the latest acquisition guide.

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