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OPM wants new employee digital records system

The Office of Personnel Management is looking to invest in a technology that would better allow them to track current, potential and retired employees, Federal Times reports.

In a request for information dated June 1, 2018, OPM said it is looking for companies to provide a modernized employee digital records system that would enable employees to move between and re-enter agencies easier, according to the report.

The article notes that the new EDR system should be capable of tracking personnel from the moment they apply for a federal position through their retirement, containing personnel data for all government employees, annuitants, and current and former family members.

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Mon, Jun 11, 2018 CY

OPM requirements for the new Black-Ball information system will enable a new level of precision targeting in the Spoils System. Black&Brown Federal workers and Union members, you've been forewarned.

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