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OPM says its hiring success can be a model for the government

The Office of Personnel Management is touting its hiring process, which over the past nine months brought in employees at an average of 36 days each.

GAO cautions Pentagon on outsourcing weapons system maintenance work

The federal government could end up paying more in some cases.

IG: Energy facilities lack complete continuity of operations plans

Five laboratories, including four nuclear sites, failed to test emergency plans or correct weaknesses, report says.

Senior executives fear new salary rules will roll back job protections

Group asks House leader to push for revision of regulations.

Managing Information

The government's inability to assess Iraq's weapons programs represents a failure of management.

9/11 panel seeks billions more in federal spending

Deep within the commission’s report are a few recommendations bearing hefty price tags for federal agencies.

Study finds positive impression of federal government workers

New report from the Partnership for Public Service reveals that most Americans have a favorable view of the government, but think it is mired in bureaucracy.