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When it comes to making suggestions within your organization, Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says it always helps to have someone run interference for you. For how to do that, he's asked us to suggest you click on today's Federal Report.
CHCO Jeff Neal says the agency received permission from OMB and OPM to hire 90 SESers. He also wants to ensure the senior manager ranks include more women and minorities.
Federal employees and military service members could receive a 1.4 percent pay raise next year, the lowest in almost 40 years. That's one of the many federal workforce proposals in the president's 2011 budget request. We talked about them with John Palguta, Vice President for Policy at the Partnership for Public Service.
The career fair is focused on recruitment of positions in DISA's Intern, Student Temporary Employment Program (STEP), and Student Career Experience Programs (SCEP).
With unemployment rising and the increasing availability of federal government jobs, agencies have experienced a huge surge of applicants. Beyond the dilemma of managing this surge is the age-old question: How do I know I hired the right person for the job?
Agency transition offices are swamped with applications from people who want political appointments. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says it can be a tricky business.