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OPM, agencies urged to cooperate to speed hiring

Less finger-pointing, more communication is the key, says GAO.

President Bush orders agencies closed Friday for day of mourning

Executive order issued Sunday covers all agencies except those that must remain open for national security reasons.

OPM: Agencies not taking advantage of hiring flexibilities

Survey shows readily available hiring tools not widely used.

Healthy Reserves

A bipartisan vote in the Senate Wednesday approved year-round military health care for reservists.

Most TSP funds bounce back in May after April losses

All but F Fund gain in May. I Fund shows largest earnings over the past year.

Management, benefits bills on the agenda

House, Senate committees will take up legislation this week to overhaul the Postal Service, eliminate TSP open seasons and boost whistleblower protections.

Chief Reform Officer

A career civil servant has been handed the job of implementing the Defense Department's new personnel system.

Drop General Schedule system by 2009, report says

National Academy of Public Administration recommends pay banding salary system.

OPM focuses on emergency planning to push telework efforts

OPM officials try to educate federal managers on role telework can play in ensuring continuous operations.

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