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Postal workers succeed in rolling back USPS-Staples deal

“We have won the ‘Stop Staples’ fight,” a top postal union leader said in a message to members this week, congratulating them on their efforts, which arguably ended a U.S. Postal Service initiative that placed USPS retail counters in Staples office supply stores.

OPM's parting leader warns against hiring freezes

The parting leader of the Office of Personnel Management leaves her post with some advice for the incoming administration on developing new policies for the federal workforce.

GSA posts new mileage reimbursement rates

The General Services Administration has posted the new mileage reimbursement rates for personally owned vehicles that took effect Jan. 1.

Hiring: To freeze or overflow?

Suppose you are about to get a new big-boss. He/she has made a fortune, but knows next to nothing about your operation. You’ve heard he/she is thinking about making big changes in your company. You’ve also heard that the new CEO hates the color red, has a morbid fear of giraffes and thinks that there are too many employees in the company. What do you do?

Guide matches skills with top job candidates

A nonpartisan not-for-profit group has released a guide for the new presidential transition team aimed at ensuring that potential job candidates for federal positions have the right skills and experience for the job.

Lawmaker makes promises to feds

With a Republican president in office, Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) says he can now focus on making meaningful changes to the federal workforce, starting with eliminating defined-benefit pensions for new federal employees and making it easier to fire employees accused of sexual misconduct.

New rule offers way for individual lawmakers to cut federal pay, jobs

The House of Representatives kicked off the new year by voting to re-instate a long-dead—and highly controversial procedural tool; the Holman Rule.

Pentagon subcontractor exposes confidential data

A Pentagon subcontractor erroneously exposed the health care data of military employees, including top-secret security clearance holders.

OPM releases administration exit memo

The Office of Personnel Management on Jan. 5 released its exit memo for the departing Obama Administration, praising the accomplishments of federal employees.

Group releases guide to help transition team pick job candidates

A nonpartisan not-for-profit group has released a guide for the new presidential transition team aimed at ensuring that potential job candidates for federal positions have the right skills and experience for the job.

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