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The typical Federal civilian employee is a topic of frequent interest for the news media, businesses, private citizens and organizations. This fact sheet lists summary statistics often requested for speeches, letters and reports. (Data are for total on- board employment, (i.e., all work schedules) unless otherwise indicated and may differ from other releases due to coverage e.g., agency, and as-of dates.)
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U.S. Office of Personnel Management's Central Personnel Data File covers all Federal civilian employees except Members and employees of Congress, Architect of the Capitol, Botanic Garden, Library of Congress, General Accounting Office, Congressional Budget Office, John C. Stennis Center for Public Service Training and Development, Office of Compliance, U.S. Court of Appeals to Veterans Claims, Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe, Judicial Branch, White House Office, Office of the Vice President, Office of Policy Development, Federal Reserve Board, Tennessee Valley Authority, U.S. Postal Service, Postal Rate Commission, Central Intelligence Agency, National Security Agency, Defense Intelligence Agency, National Imagery and Mapping Agency, Army/Air Force Exchange Service, Defense Consolidated Metropolitan Technical Personnel Center, Defense Career Management and Support Agency, Public Health Service's Commissioned Corps, and foreign nationals employed overseas.
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