The Office of Personnel Management plans to offer 300 buyouts to employees across 14 of its divisions, according to an agency official.
People walk past the EPA building on May 24, the first day of furloughs for the agency. (Mark Wilson/Getty).
OPM will limit the number of buyouts for individual divisions to “avoid an unmanageable number of departures and diminished work capacity,” according to the OPM official, who spoke anonymously to discuss details of a plan the agency has not yet publicly announced.
The agency’s 2014 budget plan calls for a $2.2-million reduction in salaries and expenses. For 2013, the agency is set to spend about $91 million on such costs, roughly on par with the previous year. Continue reading “OPM offering 300 buyouts”