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Making sensors more sensitive nets Army engineer top civilian award

Joshua Fairley uses supercomputer to develop supersensors.

Experts call for top leaders at agencies to commit to diversity

Structural changes needed if agencies want to increase diversity of their workforces, panelists say.

TSP to restrict interfund transfers

Thrift Savings Plan board votes to allow only two transfers between investment funds per month starting next spring.

Frequently Asked Questions

Answers to some common retirement-related queries.

Pentagon opens high-level jobs to civilian senior execs

Deputy Defense Secretary Gordon England creates corps of key executive positions that "require an enterprise perspective."

Senator probes HHS help line

Aide says the swiftest connection to a customer service representative was 14 minutes, while another staffer was on hold 30 minutes.

Telework Is a Tool

Treating it as a benefit misses its potential to improve overall performance.

Generational stereotyping seen as barrier to recruiting

Experts say younger workers, like older employees, prefer to be treated as individuals, rather than as representatives of a generation with shared characteristics.

Report faults State IG's management, but not motives

Howard Krongard characterized as unpopular boss who often dressed down employees and nixed travel requests.

High court extends deadline for appeal of Defense personnel system

A federal labor union now has until Jan. 7 to determine whether to appeal ruling that implementation of National Security Personnel System can go forward.

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