Is the Federal Personnel System Too Old to Do the Job?

July 15, 2014

The government’s primary personnel system will be 65 years old in October.

Is it too old to get the job done?
A House federal workforce subcommittee hearing Tuesday asked the question this way: “Is the Federal Government’s General Schedule (GS) a Viable Personnel System for the Future?”

Most, including Office of Personnel Management Director Katherine Archuleta, agreed the current system is ripe for examination.

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