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Linda Springer, a former controller at the Office of Management and Budget, joined In Depth with Francis Rose to discuss what steps agencies should take to detect and root out insider fraud.
Former OPM director Linda Springer and Jon Desenberg of the Performance Institute count down the top three federal news stories of the week.
The bill builds on a series proposals on improper payments, said Linda Springer, former OMB comptroller.
Former OPM director Linda Springer gives her take on what the most important story of the past decade was.
Former OPM Director Linda Springer discusses her top story of 2010 in the DorobekINSIDER series '2010 and Beyond.'
June 2nd and 4th, 2008
Young people want more of a mentor than a supervisor. Part of "The Need for the Next Generation" special report looks at what characteristics young feds expect of their managers.
The Office of Personnel Management, as well as all other federal agencies, spend a lot of time thinking about, and working toward, recruiting and hiring new federal employees. But keeping the talented people the government already has doesn't get as much attention. Angela Bailey, Dr. Ronald Sanders, and Linda Springer gave their expert assessments of this issue during the latest In Depth Conversation.
Former OPM Director Linda Springer explains that 'alignment' would be a good method for the federal government to consider.