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GAO to launch employee diversity reforms in response to job performance report

Discrepancies in evaluations of African-American and Caucasian analysts persist and need to be addressed, independent research group concludes.

OMB aims to further streamline security clearance process

President Bush slated to issue executive order June 30.

Community of Caring

More flexibility for volunteer time can foster public service on and off the clock.

Pay disparities hamper efforts to deploy civilians to war zones

Report finds both real and perceived differences in compensation among agencies that have sent employees to Iraq and Afghanistan.

Intelligence community launches executive performance system

Common criteria will focus on building collaborative networks across agency lines, leaders say.

Agencies urged to pitch job flexibilities to attract applicants of all ages

Research shows government is ahead of the curve on alternative work schedules, but doesn't get the word out.

TSP chief urges Congress to back automatic employee enrollment

Feds who don’t opt in to the system when they join government could face tough times in retirement, Thrift Savings Plan executive director warns.

Leader of Defense pay system overhaul to leave post

Mary Lacey says it’s time to move on after overseeing a massive restructuring of the civilian personnel system.

Defense, VA urged to spend more on mental health, brain injury treatments

Better treatment for post-traumatic stress and brain injuries would result in cost savings, RAND official says.

Public service group to develop new resources for federal interns

Partnership for Public Service will use $3 million grant to hire 10 students to promote public service on their campuses.