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Vice president of education and outreach Tim McManus gives us his take.
The president of the Federal Managers Association weighs in.
Hear what Federal News Radio's Senior Correspondent has to say.
President Barack Obama's order to streamline hiring requires agencies to complete the process in 80 days. Federal News Radio asked Kevin Mahoney, chief human capital officer at the Small Business Administration, to provide tips for success.
WFED's Max Cacas has more.
More Iraq and Afghanistan era veterans are finding work in the public sector than ever before.
Jennie Liming is one of seven winners of Federal News Radio's 2010 Causey Awards. Liming was nominated for creating, implementing, and managing a program to develop entry-level employees at GSA.
The Partnership for Public Service's Tim McManus discusses his top story of the year -- hiring reform.
MSPB policy and evaluation office director John Crum explains how to reform hiring while keeping workplace issues in mind.
Reforming the federal hiring process will take more than just the Executive branch. Congress will have to do its part as well. For what's ahead, we ask Rep. Gerry Connolly.