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Michael Rigas

Former OPM Acting Director Michael Rigas agrees with many of NAPA’s recommendations

A review of the Office of Personnel Management and its potential merger into the General Services Administration is complete. The National Academy of Public Administration says transferring some OPM duties to the Office of Management and Budget and merging others into GSA would not have fixed problems at the agency. Former OPM Acting Director Michael […]

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Michael Rigas responds to controversy surrounding race training in the federal government

Michael Rigas, Acting Director of the Office of Personnel Management, talks about a rule for appointing STEM employees to 10-year terms, paid parental leave, anti-racism training and the new mandatory payroll tax deferral

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New executive order urges emphasis on skills over education

Michael Rigas, Acting Director of the Office of Personnel Management, explains the new executive order from President Trump encouraging agencies to base hiring decisions more on skills and less on educational credentials

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The government’s coronavirus response and reopening plan

Michael Rigas, Acting Director of the Office of Personnel Management, reaffirms his commitment to the merit system and discusses the government’s coronavirus response and guidance for reopening

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OPM implements executive order to streamline firing at agencies

Michael Rigas, deputy director of the Office of Personnel Management, discusses implementing the president’s workforce executive orders, and why it’s important to make firing federal workers easier for managers.

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OPM wants higher standards and greater rewards for government employees

Michael Rigas, deputy director of the Office of Personnel Management, discusses why OPM is pushing for better employee standards, and how agencies can better reward high-performing workers.

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