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Changes recently proposed to the GS pay system represent a difficult organizational change. Change is always resisted, especially when it is seen as a threat to future earnings and careers. The manufacturers of those old Victrolas no doubt also resisted change but change did occur.
With approximately $2 billion invested annually in cloud computing, the U.S. government already understands the full value of the cloud. Regardless, many individuals remain confused about the cloud and what benefits it has to offer. The author offers some tips that can help you in your day-to-day routine.
Two Congressmen recently sent a letter to Katherine Archuleta, the director of the Office of Personnel Management (OPM), asking for a current official time report to show how many hours federal workers spent on union business.
WWII Medal of Honor recipient Walter Ehlers is only one of eight living recipients of the award among WWII veterans. He was recently presented with a framed edition of the recently issued WWII Medal of Honor stamps in honor of his service.