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GAO: Patent office lacks sufficient hiring plan

Efforts to increase the number of patent examiners are being offset by attrition, and staff levels are inadequate to address an application backlog, report says.

Stepping In

Hands-on management is critical not only to rating employees effectively, but to motivating them.

Legislation aims to promote diversity in senior ranks

New office would develop guidelines and run mentoring programs.

TSP funds make strong gains in September

International investments continue to be the best overall performers.

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Salary council finds widening pay gap

Panel uses refined data to determine that typical federal employees make 23 percent less than their private sector counterparts.

Senate moves to restrict Defense personnel overhaul

Chamber votes to repeal the Pentagon’s authority to implement controversial labor relations reforms.

Watchdog criticizes State Department foreign aid staffing

Training is inconsistent, data to track aid workers is inadequate, and some employees are overstretched, GAO says.

Staff at the Federal Correctional Complex in Pollock, La., go through riot training.

Union urges Congress to address staff shortages at prisons

Budget and staffing issues have put the security of federal correctional officers at risk, labor officials say.

Part B Or Not Part B?

That is the question when it comes to assessing how much Medicare coverage to carry into your federal retirement.

Steady funding, staffing urged for executive boards

Groups can play a key role in crisis, but support and expectations need to be clear, panelists say at hearing.

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