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Human Capital: OPM Needs to Improve the Design, Management, and Oversight of the Federal Classification System
Robert Goldenkoff (au)
In 2013, about 1.6 million employees (about 80% of the government's civilian white-collar workforce) were covered by the General Schedule (GS) classification system -- the federal government's system for defining and organizing federal positions, primarily to assign rates of pay. Almost since its inception in 1949, questions have been raised about the ability of the GS system to keep pace with the evolving nature of government work. This report examined: (1) the attributes of a modern, effective classification system and how the GS system compares with the modern systems' attributes; (2) trends in agencies and occupations covered by the GS system and the pay difference for selected alternative systems; and (3) the Office of Personnel Managementäó»s (OPM's) administration and oversight of the GS system. Figures. This is a print on demand report.
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