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GSA’s Bev Godwin to Retire in May; Dave McClure Comments

Bev Godwin, director of the General Services Administration‘s Federal Citizen Information Center, will retire from government on Friday after a 32-year career in the public sector, Nextgov reported Thursday. Frank Konkel writes that Sarah Crane will serve as acting FCIC director while the agency holds a governmentwide hiring and selection process for Godwin’s successor. …

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Rep. Jim Moran to Retire in December

Rep. Jim Moran (D-Va.) will retire in December after 23 years of service, Federal News Radio reported Wednesday. Jason Miller writes Moran has been a ranking member of the Appropriations Interior Subcommittee and a senior member of the Defense Appropriations Subcommittee. The lawmaker has worked to change the process of …

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Report: Rep. Buck McKeon to Retire From Congress

Rep. Howard “Buck” McKeon, who has chaired the House Armed Services Committee for the past three years, will not seek re-election after 11 terms, the Associated Press reported Wednesday. Donna Cassata writes the California Republican is slated to formally announce his retirement at a press conference Thursday on Capitol Hill. …

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Postal Service to Offer Early Retirement to 15,000 Employees

The U.S. Postal Service, in an ongoing effort to reduce costs by making its workforce smaller, has sent early retirement offers to more than 15,000 employees. The employees are all a part of the executive and administration schedule which include managers, supervisors and local postmasters. “The [Voluntary Early Retirement option] …

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Report: Federal Government Faces Retirement Wave

The number of senior-level retirements in the federal workforce is on the rise, The Washington Post reported Tuesday. Lisa Rein writes the figure has doubled from 2009 records, amid government budget cuts and a pay freeze, furloughs, recovering retirement accounts and increasing veteran hires. The trend is seeing the exit …

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Report Examines Govt Talent Management Practices

A report by the Partnership for Public Service good-government group reveals shortcomings in executive recruitment and development practices within federal agencies, The Washington Post reported Tuesday. Josh Hicks writes the group says the system is alarming because of the expected wave of retirements among the government’s senior executives. According to the …

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