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Report: Feds Are Getting Older and the Government Can't Hire Young People

An exhaustive study of the public service workforce shows the age is shifting significantly older.

Deputy Secretary John Sullivan testifies before Congress.

State Dept. Reform Plan Aims to Couple Drastic Cuts With Making Employees’ Lives Easier

Department spells out five tenets of redesign; Democrats skeptical of intentions.

House Fails to Approve Short-Term FAA Reauthorization

Bill would extend agency’s authority for six months, omits air traffic control privatization proposal.

Office of Personnel Management headquarters in Washington.

Lawmaker Questions Oversight of Agencies’ Buyout, Early Retirement Offers

OPM has a history of approving faulty requests for separation incentive authority, congressman says.

VA Secretary David Shulkin had vowed not to put the medical center director back in his former position.

VA Re-Fires Scandal-Plagued Employee in Test Case for Trump's New Law

New law took effect after initial disciplinary act against director of medical center in Washington, D.C.

President Trump signs an executive order on reorganizing government.

Some Agencies Say Reform Plans Won’t Focus on Job Cuts, Layoffs Unlikely

HR leaders say they will find new jobs for anyone whose function is eliminated.

Judge Tosses OPM Breach Lawsuits, Plaintiffs Appeal

Breached employees can’t show they were actually damaged, the federal judge said.

Governing Board Approves 20 Percent Increase to TSP Budget

Agency expects additional costs associated with the advent of the military's blended retirement system, more IT upgrades.