Effects of contracting out and reduction in force of federal employees

(Kodiak, Alaska) : hearing before the Subcommittee on Human Resources of the Committee on Post Office and Civil Service, House of Resources of Representatives, One Hundred First Congress, first session, August 17, 1989. by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Post Office and Civil Service. Subcommittee on Human Resources.

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  • United States. Coast Guard -- Officials and employees -- Dismissal of.,
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  • Public contracts -- Alaska -- Kodiak.,
  • United States -- Officials and employees -- Alaska -- Kodiak -- Dismissal of.
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Get this from a library. Effects of contracting out and reduction in force of federal employees: (Kodiak, Alaska): hearing before the Subcommittee on Human Resources of the Committee on Post Office and Civil Service, House of Resources of Representatives, One Hundred First Congress, first session, Aug [United States.

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This may be a bit of an unusual. When an agency conducts a significant job reduction, it must use formal reduction in force procedures published by the Office of Personnel Management.

These rules create four standards for determining which employees are released, and which are retained, either in their current positions or in another position. Some agencies, workers still feeling effects of shutdown. Six months after the end of the federal government's longest partial shutdown, some federal employees, agencies and government contractors are still feeling its effects.

View More. Lack of approval of planned OPM-GSA merger could lead to layoffs, furloughs. Contracting out public services in the UK is now well established.

Nevertheless it is still a deeply divisive issue and the debate about outsourcing tends to generate more heat than light. What is particularly surprising given the scale and scope of contracting out is how little researched it is, not least in terms of how it affects Size: KB.

General Conversations Within this forum, you can: share experiences as a federal employee; ask for some general help from fellow federal employees; offer helpful advice; make this world a better place (doesn't hurt to try) Please keep in mind that this is not an opportunity to "step up on a soap box." Let's keep things clean, polite and useful.

The publication, while a bit dated (i.e., circa ), provides a particularly good mix of general overview of the overall government contracting process and on-point detail with respect to such issues as FAR/DFAR rules and regulations, cost accounting standards, disclosure statements, cost and pricing data and a plethora of other relevant by: In the Federal government, layoffs are called reduction in force (RIF) actions.

When an agency must abolish positions, the RIF regulations determine whether an employee keeps his or her present position, or whether the employee has a right to a different position.

Communicate the Truth about What Happened- Announcing to the remaining staff that the organization has conducted a reduction in force immediately causes a room to fall silent and often generates fear and unsettling feelings within the employees. The last thing employees want to hear is a sugar-coated version of what is going on.

Federal Employees Group Life Insurance (FEGLI) Program Separated Employees Only: Separated employees are covered free by FEGLI for 31 days. An employee who is separated and is not eligible for an immediate annuity may convert all or part of the life insurance to an individual policy without having to take a medical examination.

are undergoing substantial organizational change (e.g., reduction in force, reorganization, reshaping, delayering). Besides providing an incentive for employees to voluntarily retire or resign to avoid potential reduction in force actions, the agency may also offer VERA to.

Memo Reduces Federal Employee Cost Factors for Contracting Out. Published gain an advantage in competitions by offering inferior retirement or. Inthe federal government employed about million civilian workers, excluding Postal Service employees. About 45 percent worked in the Department of Defense or Department of Homeland Security, and roughly 15 percent were employed by the Department of Veterans Affairs.

The rest of the civilian workforce worked in agencies that provide a variety of public. Federal regulations, called Reduction in Force at 5 CFR Partgenerally dictate a last-in, first-out seniority system when it comes to layoffs.

The last federal employees who were hired were by Obama. A 10 to 20 percent reduction of the federal workforce then would naturally hit Obama’s hires the hardest.

wide reduction in force. Employees affected by reductions in force will be assisted with re-employment endeavors to the extent provided in this policy and its related procedures.

Nothing in this policy shall be used as the basis for discrimination against any individual or group. Reductions-In-Force (RIF): When an agency conducts a significant job reduction, it must use formal reduction-in-force procedures published by the U.S.

Office of Personnel Management. These rules create four standards for determining which employees are released, and which are retained, either in their current positions or in another position.

GAO discussed federal contracting-out policies and programs. GAO noted that: (1) federal agencies spend about $ billion annually on service contracts; (2) the Office of Management and Budget's Circular A policy, which governs contracting-out decisions, is time-consuming, difficult to implement, and disruptive, and adversely affects federal employees' morale and.

continue to explore new contracting,4 many continue to bring service delivery back in‐house.5 While only 16% of municipal governments reported that political factors were a driving force behind outsourcing before the recession,6 public employees and contract alternatives became a File Size: KB.

While job losses due to AI may be overstated, there will be a significant shift in the global labor force. Here, Emergence Capital's Jake Saper outlines how the tech industry can safeguard the Author: Jake Saper.

Reduction in force (RIF) A separation from employment due to such reasons as lack of funds, changes in staffing priorities, lack of work, redesign of work processes, redundancy in roles, excess staffing capacity, or department reorganization, with no likelihood or expectation that the individual will be recalled because the need for the.

A looks at work done by federal employees to determine if the jobs could be done more cost-effectively by contractors. Insourcing — taking back work from contractors so federal staffers can. Voluntary RIFs—Voluntary reduction in force authority allows Defense Department employees who are unaffected by a RIF to volunteer for separation so that employees who would otherwise be separated by RIF may be retained.

RIF volunteers get some, but not all, of the benefits applying to those separated involuntarily in a RIF.

In fact, federal employees have already contributed $ billion in deficit reduction through cuts to pay and benefits. However, federal employee unions have promised to fight the use of such Author: Jessie Bur. Q. I have 29 years of federal service and am 50 and under FERS.

If I am involuntarily separated by a reduction in force at do I get the FERS Social Security bridge along with my Discontinued Service Retirement, or do I have to wait until I turn 56 to collect the bridge portion of my retirement.

Use of Non-Reduction in Force (RIF) Job Abolishment Procedures Manual Transmittal. Aug Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) § (c)(2) and (b)(2) 5 CFR § the key is the involuntary nature of the separation.

Employees who are separated for cause on the charges of misconduct or delinquency are. About two-thirds of the federal civilian workforce would be exempt, the Congressional Budget Office estimates, thus limiting the workforce reduction to ab employees.

(Agencies would not be allowed to hire contractors to offset the reduction in the federal workforce.). Give affected employees the written notice of reduction in force by personal delivery service or certified mail with a return receipt. Employees must receive 30 calendar days notice of reduction in force.

You might also find this page helpful: Employee Separations: Termination. University of Oklahoma Staff Handbook. A Short History Of Contracting Out in Government. Governments have always contracted out various functions throughout history.

Living in the United States, and being a Federal Government employee means that I am more familiar with U.S. contracting history than other nations, however history is replete with examples. Although the extent of contracting out across state agencies may be broad, the intensity of use as measured by budget percentage is considerably less.

The ASAP survey also queried the state agency heads regarding the effects of contracting out on two important service outcomes: service quality and by:. reduction-in-force/layoff frequently asked questions please note that these faqs will be updated as additional questions are received.

you are encouraged to check back often for additional information. information particular to impacted employees will be communicated to them individually as determinations are made.

what is a reduction-in-force File Size: KB. The federal government relies heavily on contractors to carry out its missions, with fiscal year spending on contractor products and services of approximately $ billion. Federal contracting data systems provide information on how these funds are being spent and how well the contractors are performing.

GAO's testimony, which is based on prior reports. THE RISKS AND EXTRA COSTS OF FEDERAL GOVERNMENT CONTRACTING© for contractors with 50 or more employees. Another is the annual reporting of the hiring of certain categories of veterans, regardless of the reduction under the contract because it has discovered “defective cost or pricingFile Size: KB.