A recent change in law allows federal agencies to use a shortcut procedure for hiring college students and recent graduates.

No, federal employees cannot retire on full salary after working 20 years.

The government's main auditing agency starts panning out one nugget of fact a day from the hundreds of — often lengthy — reports it produces annually.

The Office of Personnel Management “strongly encourages” use of telework and flexible working schedules during current track work.

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A new GAO report raises serious issues about poor Trump administration planning. That could lead to increased costs.

Federal agencies can help their employees pay off student loans as a recruitment and retention incentive, but the payments are mostly used by a few agencies and for certain occupations.

The boost would be within range of recent years, but differences with the House and White House would have to be settled first.

Both voluntary resignations and firings of federal employees drop off sharply after their first few years, then they tend to be in it for the long haul, a report shows.

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A new report reveals serious problems related to holding employees accountable, particularly as it relates to whistleblowing.

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Documents obtained through a lawsuit file by a group demonstrate how the EPA sought to counter unfavorable stories by going after retirees with false information.

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