Office of Personnel Management Should Review Administrative Law Judge Program to Improve Hiring and Performance Management

Goldenkoff, Robert N.
January 2010
GAO Reports;1/15/2010, preceding p1
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The U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) examines the Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) Program to improve hiring and performance management. The GAO report examines the process for hiring ALJs and selected agencies' observation of the process, ALJs retirement eligibility and performance management. It also notes that GAO conducted relevant statutes, regulations, office of personnel management (OPM) retirement-related data and other program-related documents to solve the mentioned issues.


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