How to use a proven FBI model to keep mission-critical positions filled
When a federal employee leaves a job, it can take months to fill the vacant position. To minimize how long positions remain unfilled, the FBI created an attrition model that helps the bureau understand when it should start recruiting new talent and how many offers it needs to ensure it remains fully staffed.
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More than 130 public servants responded to our #WhyIServe survey. We’re sharing their insights into the benefits of working in public service and tips for a successful federal career.
How the partial government shutdown continues to affect the IRS—almost three months after it ended
Americans had until this week to file their taxes without an extension. But because the Internal Revenue Service experienced delays in hiring staff and training employees due to the partial government shutdown, taxpayers may not receive their tax return as quickly as in years past.