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The Partnership for Public Service and American Universityâ€™s Institute for the Study of Public Policy Implementation published their 2009 rankings of the best places to work in the federal government. The rankings were based on data from the biannual Federal Human Capital Survey administered by the Office of Personnel Management
On May 8, 2009 John Berry, the Director of the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) jokingly told a senate subcommittee that his agency was sometimes referred to as the “Office of Personnel Recommendations.” Berry made this comment at a hearing on the Federal Hiring Process Improvement Act of 2009 (S.736).
According to a May 25, 2009 article at FederalTimes.com, Fifty-three federal and contractor falsified security clearance background investigations since 2005. . . . All of them have either been fired or left their jobs, and six were prosecuted within the last year for criminal misconduct. The investigators worked directly or