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  • Advisory group proposes improvements for SES

    An advisory group created by President Obama that aims to form ideas to improve and strengthen the Senior Executive Service has issued its first set of proposals to the Office of Management and Budget.

  • VA OIG report substantiates allegations of slipshod recordkeeping

    The Department of Veterans Affairs Office of Inspector General has released the findings of an investigation that substantiates a number of whistleblower allegations of shoddy recordkeeping by the Veterans Health Administration’s Health Eligibility Center.

  • OPM encourages work flexibilities during papal visit

    While the federal government will remain open during Pope Francis’s three-day visit this month to Washington, D.C., the Office of Personnel Management is encouraging agencies to let employees in the capital area telework to avoid commuter disruptions.

  • Firm to provide ID protection for breach victims

    The Office of Personnel Management and Defense Department announced the award of the contract for provision of identity theft protection services for 21.5 million data breach victims.

  • NAPUS votes to disband

    The National Association of Postmasters of the United States on Sept. 1 took the final step toward the creation of a new national organization.

  • Labor group says Army civilian cuts will affect readiness

    The National Federation of Federal Employees said it will continue to fight what it called “mindless cuts” resulting from sequestration in the wake of an Army Department announcement this summer that 17,000 Army civilian employees will be cut as part of a force restructuring plan.

  • VA, DOD tout success of joint eBenefits website

    The Veterans Affairs and Defense departments announced that their joint eBenefits website topped 5 million users this week—two months ahead of schedule.

  • APWU details plan for paying out $56 million award

    Officers of the American Postal Workers Union’s clerk division this week laid out guidelines for distributing $56 million awarded to the union as part of a settlement to resolve what it called a “decades-long dispute” with the U.S. Postal Service.

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