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Players: Deborah Shiu-lan Jin
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After her sophomore year at Princeton, Deborah Jin landed a summer job with the federal government, doing research at the Goddard Space Flight Center in Maryland.

In the News
Civilian Workers' Fight to Keep Pentagon Jobs Backed (Post, Sept. 26, 2003)

Federal Workforce Is Largest Since 1990 (Post, Sept. 5, 2003)

Bush Holds Federal Pay Raise to 2% in 2004 (Post, Aug. 28, 2003)

In Pollution Debates, Bush's Man Seeks Harmony Amid the Storm: Top Adviser Sees Role as Mediator of Competing Interests (Post, Aug. 5, 2003)

VA Outsourcing Stirs Continuing Controversy (Post, Aug. 3, 2003)

Parting Blow: Official Questions AmeriCorps (Post, Aug. 1, 2003)

Far From Homeland, Staff Deployed in Iraq: New Department Aids Reconstruction (Post, Aug. 1, 2003)

Federal Tech, Clerical Salaries May Exceed Private Sector (, May 14, 2004; 5:59 PM)

Federal Thrift Savings Plan Has Some Superior Benefits (, June 25, 2004; 12:55 PM)

Working for Uncle Sam: Insurance Benefits (, Oct. 8, 2004; 3:00 PM)

Federal Retirement Benefits (, June 28, 2004; 3:07 PM)

Financial Incentives for Federal Employment (, June 28, 2004; 11:20 AM)

Bill Seeks Same Raise for Military, Civilian Workers: House Measure at Odds With Bush's 'Performance' Plan (Post, July 25, 2003)

OMB to Drop Quotas For Outsourcing of Jobs (Post, July 25, 2003)

Panel Recommends Leaner Postal Service: Pay-for-Performance System Is Also Urged (Post, July 24, 2003)

New Interim Director Named to Lead EPA (Post, July 11, 2003)

Report on Bonuses Raises Ire: Democrats, Unions Angry Again Over 2002 Awards to Political Appointees (Post, July 11, 2003)

Second Acting EPA Administrator Appointed: Search Continues for Whitman Replacement (Post, July 11, 2003; 5:45 PM)

Senate Panel Approves More AmeriCorps Aid: Plan Would Restore 20,000 Positions (Post, July 10, 2003)

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