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Department of Defense

Time in Grade

Revamp the restrictions on time in grade to allow qualified employees to advance to positions that they deserve.
This provides employees an incentive to do a good job and be a good example of a quality government employee. It also would allow supervisors the ability to promote those who have consistently worked above their pay grade and outside their job description to meet a need within their department. This would... more »

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Office of Personnel Management

UP or OUT employee advancement policy

There should be a preset period of time that any employee can "sit" in a grade, (especially the lower grades) without advancing.

Case and point: If an employee is a GS-5 for more than 4 years, and is receiving anything less than an "outstanding" rating, they should be given 30 days to advance to GS-6, or else they are terminated.

Employees that are allowed to stay in lower grades for long periods of time with minimal... more »

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Department of Defense

Refine GS Promotion Requirements

Pervasive over the IC community, inexperienced personnel have reached high tenure GS positions with five years and sometimes less experience. As such, expectations of competence has been greatly affected. While talent and performance is important, experience is also essential for high grade GS positions. Experience will also limit the incredibly fast rise of GS employees from GS 9s to GS 14s in less than 5 years.... more »

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