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Director John Berry pushes back against claims from members of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee that federal employees are overpaid. Rep. Issa called the pay freeze a "farce" and wants step-increases frozen for this year. Berry and Democrat lawmakers continue to make the case that feds deserve their salaries.
Tags: pay and benefits , John Berry , Jason Chaffetz , Dennis Ross , Stephen Lynch , Darrell Issa , House Oversight and Government Reform Committee , federal pay , bonuses , performance system , CHCO Council , GS-System , Jason Miller , pay debate
Former OPM Director Jim King doesn't hold punches about why morale may be down in the federal workforce right now. He says "being viewed as a pawn on the chessboard of life is not exactly an upper."
After that commute from hell a few weeks ago, many people blamed much of the bottleneck on the way the Office of Personnel Management announced the closing of federal offices. Now, those messages are changing.
The 2010 annual performance report found that agencies have cut their average hiring time to 105 days, down from 122 days a year a ago.
In response to recent weather-related dismissals and delays, OPM is offering employees choices when it comes to taking leave.
The Office of Personnel Management lays out initiatives it has taken to assist agencies in their hiring process.
The agency and the CIO Council creates a list of the competencies cybersecurity workers need. OPM's Kichak said agencies will have a common understanding of the skills and abilities these employees need.
The director of OPM during the Shutdown of '95 sees some similarities and some differences from this year's situation. Jim King explains.
During a Shutdown: non-essential teleworkers unplug!