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Guidance From the Office of Personnel Management

Maximizing Effective Use of Probationary Periods (December 13, 2023)

OPM Guidance for Shutdown Furloughs (December 2021) [Most Recent Shutdown Guidance]

Emergency Leave Transfer for Federal Employees Adversely Affected by Hurricane Idalia 2023 (September 14, 2023)

Guidance on Hours of Work for Telework and Remote Work Employees (August 21, 2023)

Emergency Leave Transfer for Federal Employees Adversely Affected by the 2023 Hawaii Fires (August 16, 2023)

Human Resources Flexibilities and Procedures for Disasters and Other Emergency Situations (June 28, 2023)

OPM Retirement Quick Guide (Released March 2023)

Governmentwide Dismissal and Closure Procedures (December 9, 2022)

Availability of Sick Leave for Travel to Access Medical Care (Updated June 27, 2022)

U.S. Office of Personnel Management General Schedule Operating Manual (Updated May 2022)

The Guide to Better Occupational Questionnaires (May 2022)

OPM Qualifications, Assessment, and Hiring Policy Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

OPM Memo: Talent Surge Executive Playbook and Talent Surge Hiring Authorities Fact Sheet: Empowering Agencies To Meet Their Workforce Needs December 1, 2021

- TALENT SURGE: Playbook for Rebuilding the Federal Workforce

- TALENT SURGE: Hiring Authorities

2021 Guide to Telework and Remote Work in the Federal Government (PDF)

OPM: The Future of Work

Improving Federal Hiring Through the Use of Effective Assessment Strategies to Advance Mission Objectives

Maximization of Employee Performance Management and Engagement by Streamlining Agency Performance and Dismissal Policies and Procedures

Guidance Relating to Implementation of Executive Orders 13836, 13837, and 13839

Human Resources Flexibilities and Procedures for Hurricane Season

Memo on Applying Rigor in the Performance Management Process and Leveraging Awards Programs for a High-Performing Workforce

OPM's Center for Leadership Development

OPM Guidance on Managing Federal Employee's Performance Issues or Misconduct

OPM Memorandum on providing Disabled Veteran Leave


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