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June 2017

  • Fourth of July on the National MallJun 30, 2017

    For more than half a century, the National Park Service has been at the heart of the Fourth of July festivities on the National Mall – coordinating the fireworks and concert on the Mall, and co-sponsoring the National Memorial Day Parade and A Capitol Fourth, the all-star salute to American independence broadcast live from the West Lawn of the Capitol.

  • Work-Life Solutions for Federal EmployeesJun 22, 2017

    The Federal Government offers a variety of work-life programs and flexibilities to assist agencies in promoting work-life balance for their employees. To assist agencies, OPM recently produced a series of new work-life brochures on family and dependent care, worksite health and wellness, telework, and employee assistance programs.

  • Transforming Human Capital Management Policy through Research, Innovation, and AnalyticsJun 19, 2017

    On June 7, OPM, in conjunction with American University School of Public Affairs, hosted the 2nd Annual OPM Research Summit. The theme of the summit “Transforming Human Capital Management Policy through Research, Innovation, and Analytics” set the tone for an energy-filled, jam-packed day full of innovative ideas, conversations, and collegial debate with one main goal in mind - to identify potential ways to improve Human Capital Management Policy.

  • Pride Month is a Reminder of Our Commitment to our LGBT Federal ColleaguesJun 9, 2017

    The month of June is Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Pride Month (LGBT Pride Month). LGBT Pride Month is just one way that we can honor the struggles and achievements of the LGBT community, including the LGBT members of our Federal workforce. Please join me and the U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM) in celebrating LGBT Pride Month.

  • Inspire Change: Participate in the Federal Employee Viewpoint SurveyJun 5, 2017

    From May 2 until June 22, 2017, just over a million employees across the Federal government will have the chance to participate in the Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey (FEVS). Your response is valued.

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May 2017

  • OPM Research SummitMay 23, 2017

    OPM is partnering with American University’s School of Public Affairs to host the 2nd Annual Research Summit. This opportunity will connect academic researchers, Federal practitioners, and industry partners to share research, exchange ideas, and participate in critical conversations about ways to transform Human Capital Management Policy through research, innovation, and analytics.

  • Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage MonthMay 4, 2017

    Each May, the Federal Government recognizes Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month – an opportunity to honor those Americans who can trace their ancestry to a multitude of countries in Asia, Hawaii and the Pacific Island territories, and for us to celebrate those who contribute in so many ways to the success of our Nation.

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March 2017

  • National Women's History MonthMar 2, 2017

    Each March, the U.S. Office of Personnel Management honors Women’s History Month by recognizing the invaluable contributions of women who have inspired and shaped our Nation through civil service.

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March 2017

  • March 15, 2017 Operating StatusMar 14, 2017

    Federal agencies in the Washington, DC area are OPEN.

  • March 14, 2017 Operating StatusMar 14, 2017

    Federal agencies in the Washington, DC area are OPEN under 3 hours DELAYED ARRIVAL and employees have the OPTION FOR UNSCHEDULED LEAVE OR UNSCHEDULED TELEWORK. Employees should plan to arrive for work no more than 3 hours later than they would be expected to arrive.

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January 2017

  • Federal Civilian Hiring Freeze GuidanceJan 31, 2017

    OMB and OPM released Federal Civilian Hiring Freeze Guidance. This guidance also provides information on exemptions, as well as instructions on how departments and agencies can request exemptions from OPM for critical situations where additional exemptions may be warranted.

  • Presidential Management Fellows Program Announces Class of 2017 FinalistsJan 11, 2017

    Today, the PMF Program announced the finalists from the class of 2017. Applicants have been notified of how to check their status, and a complete list of finalists is available at PMF.gov. Selection of finalists is based on eligibility and completed application, assessment scores, and workforce planning estimates provided by Federal agencies. Congratulations to the Class of 2017 Finalists!

  • OPM Launches New Cyber Careers WebsiteJan 10, 2017

    Today, OPM launched the CyberCareers.gov website. The CyberCareers.gov website is a critical piece of the Federal Cybersecurity Workforce Strategy that was published in July 2016.

  • OPM RELEASES AGENCY EXIT MEMOJan 5, 2017

    OPM, along with Federal agencies across government, released its exit memo today, highlighting the accomplishments the agency delivered during the Obama Administration.

  • Federal Holidays and HR Flexibilities for Employees in the Washington, DC, Area during the Week of InaugurationJan 3, 2017

    In January 2017, most Federal employees in the Washington, DC, metropolitan area will have two holidays during the week of Inauguration: Birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr. (Monday, January 16), and Inauguration Day (Friday, January 20).

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