Civilian employees (81 - 90 of 239 items)
The Public Service: Issues Confronting the Federal Civilian Workforce
GGD-93-53: Published: Mar 16, 1993. Publicly Released: Mar 16, 1993.
Pursuant to a legislative requirement, GAO provided information on the Office of Personnel Management's (OPM) efforts to improve federal human resource management and the status of key open recommendations made to Congress, OPM, and other agencies.GAO found that: (1) during 1992, the Office of Government Ethics strengthened federal employees' financial disclosure and standards of conduct regulatio...
Health and Human Services: Update on Hispanic Representation in HHS Region VIII
GGD-93-47FS: Published: Dec 30, 1992. Publicly Released: Jan 27, 1993.
Pursuant to a congressional request, GAO presented information on the representation of Hispanics in the Department of Health and Human Services' (HHS) region VIII.GAO found that: (1) the region's employment of Hispanics exceeded the Hispanic representation in the Rocky Mountain civilian labor force (CLF) in 1991; (2) in September 1991, the region's Hispanic representation was 11.5 percent, exclud...
Living in Frankfurt
147326: Oct 1, 1992
GAO prepared a brochure for its employees considering assignment with the European Office in Frankfurt, Germany, focusing on: (1) moving to Frankfurt; (2) the costs of living in Frankfurt; and (3) general employment information...
Living in Hawaii
FEO-92-1: Published: Jul 1, 1992. Publicly Released: Jul 1, 1992.
GAO prepared a brochure for its employees considering assignment with the Far East Office in Hawaii, focusing on: (1) moving to Hawaii; (2) the costs of living in Hawaii; and (3) general employment information...
[Comments on DMA Employees' Claims for Night Differential and Sunday Premium Pay]
B-246567: Published: Jun 9, 1992. Publicly Released: Jun 9, 1992.
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Federal Fitness Facilities
GGD-92-10R: Published: May 7, 1992. Publicly Released: May 7, 1992.
Pursuant to a congressional request, GAO commented on the extent to which federal agencies support federal fitness facilities with appropriated funds. GAO noted that: (1) 40 of 77 departments and agencies surveyed reported supporting federal fitness facilities with federal appropriations; (2) those 40 departments and agencies reported supporting 1.25 million federal civilian employees and 653 fede...
Base Closures: Long and Costly Process of Reducing the Local National Work Force in Germany
NSIAD-92-62: Published: Apr 17, 1992. Publicly Released: Apr 17, 1992.
Pursuant to a congressional request, GAO reviewed U.S. obligations to its local national work force in Germany resulting from the drawdown of U.S. forces, focusing on: (1) the U.S. military's basic severance pay liability according to international agreements; (2) the potential for other costs increasing that liability; and (3) whether the Army and Air Force have sufficient funds to cover those li...
Digests of Decisions of the Comptroller General of the United States, Vol. III, No. 7.
147452: Apr 1, 1992
GAO published its monthly digest of decisions of the Comptroller General for the month of April 1992. These decisions involved appropriations, financial management, civilian personnel, military personnel, and procurement...
Federal Workforce: Agencies' Estimated Costs for Counseling and Processing Discrimination Complaints
GGD-92-64FS: Published: Mar 26, 1992. Publicly Released: Mar 26, 1992.
Pursuant to a congressional request, GAO reviewed the actual or estimated fiscal year (FY) 1991 dollar costs for discrimination complaint counseling and formal discrimination complaint processing for 13 civilian cabinet departments and 16 Department of Defense agencies.GAO found that: (1) complaint counseling and processing cost the 29 departments and agencies surveyed a total cost of about $139 m...
Defense Force Management: Expanded Focus in Monitoring Civilian Force Reductions Is Needed
T-NSIAD-92-19: Published: Mar 18, 1992. Publicly Released: Mar 18, 1992.
GAO discussed its views on the Department of Defense's (DOD) management of civilian force reductions, focusing on: (1) the accuracy and completeness of the DOD 5-year master plan; and (2) whether the plan provided an adequate baseline for monitoring force reductions involving commercial and industrial workers. GAO noted that: (1) by the end of fiscal year (FY) 1997, DOD expects to reduce its total...