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Management Chief to Leave

June 19, 1997 letters@govexec.com John Koskinen, deputy director for management at the Office of Management and Budget since 1994, today confirmed rumors that he is leaving the government July 9. In his role at OMB, Koskinen has been the Clinton Administration's point man on several major initiatives, including implementation of the Government Performance...

Plugged In

June 19, 1997 letters@govexec.com Agencies' investments in online initiatives have more than tripled since 1994, a General Accounting Office study released this week found. Half of all federal employees now have access to electronic mail and 31 percent have access to the World Wide Web, GAO reported. "The Internet has become a valuable...

Direct Daily News

June 17, 1997 letters@govexec.com Open your front door each morning and there, on the welcome mat, is the newspaper. It's delivered to you every day; all you have to do is open the door. Now when you sit down at your computer each morning, you can have the news you use at work...

Rethinking Pay, Appraisal

June 13, 1997 letters@govexec.com Managers would be able to tie their employees' compensation to how competent they are--or aren't--under a demonstration project planned for up to 50,000 Defense Department acquisition professionals. Under the Acquisition Workforce Demonstration Project, set to launch in July 1998, acquisition outfits throughout DoD would do away with the General...

Rules, Rights and RIFs

June 12, 1997 letters@govexec.com The Office of Personnel Management this week issued final regulations on how agencies should help employees who are laid off find new jobs. Under the regulations, which are effective July 9, agencies are required to provide career transition assistance to employees who are targeted for reductions-in-force (RIFs). Most agencies...

How to Help Riffed Employees

June 11, 1997 letters@govexec.com The Office of Personnel Management this week issued final regulations on how agencies should help employees who are laid off find new jobs. Under the regulations, which are effective July 9, agencies are required to provide career transition assistance to employees who are targeted for reductions-in-force (RIFs). Most agencies...

Downsizing Hits Unions

June 11, 1997 letters@govexec.com Downsizing has taken its toll on federal employee union representation, the Office of Personnel Management reported this week. As of Jan. 1, 1,098,072 federal employees were represented by unions, 164,787 fewer than in 1992, the last time OPM compiled union data. But the percentage of employees who are represented...

Union Membership Holds Steady

June 10, 1997 letters@govexec.com The percentage of federal employees who are members of unions, 59 percent, has not changed over the last five years, the Office of Personnel Management reported this week. Downsizing has taken its toll on union membership. As of Jan. 1, 1,098,072 federal employees were represented by unions, 164,787 fewer...

Agencies Make Welfare Promises

June 10, 1997 letters@govexec.com Federal agencies last week officially pledged to hire more than 10,000 welfare recipients by the year 2000, despite plans to lay off current federal employees in many departments. In a report to President Clinton last week, Vice President Al Gore outlined the plans each agency has drafted to locate,...

DoD Told to Outsource, Downsize

June 9, 1997 letters@govexec.com One in four Defense Department headquarters managers and support personnel and 40 percent of the department's acquisition workforce would lose their jobs in the next four years under a bill introduced in the House last week. House National Security Committee Chairman Floyd Spence, R-S.C., and Rep. Ronald Dellums, D-Calif.,...

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