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Speeding up the federal hiring process is something that must be done, and it's easy! Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says all you need to do is hire people much, much faster, then punish bureaucrats if the hires turn out to be bad, or dangerous.
Tax agency officials are not overly worried about potential retirement of large number of workers. IRS sees internship programs as one way to attract entry level workers. Students receive high impact assignments from senior agency officials to ensure they gain the experience and understanding of what the agency does.
In today's look at the "5 Fallacies of Government?", FederalNewsRadio turns the focus on the "retirement wave" of the future.
These feds have keyboards and they're not afraid to use them!
FederalNewsRadio finds 77 percent of respondents say they work more than eight hours in a day. Two-thirds of the federal employees who responded also say they work more than 80 hours in two weeks. Feds say the perception they don't work hard is unfair and rarely accurate.
The Smart Grid promises to transform the way we use and manage electricity.
You should be able to save power, save money, generate and store power for your own home, even sell power back to the utility... but when?
Scientists working on the Smart Grid say the promises are not only attainable, they're already underway.
80 percent of the electric grid is owned and operated by the private sector, but it's up to the federal government to get everyone updated, secure, and on the same page to make the Smart Grid a reality.