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By Donald Lambro
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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Daniel M. Tangherlini
The General Services Administration is advertising to fill more than a dozen jobs and has approved hiring more than 40 employees since July, when the agency's top official announced a "targeted hiring freeze" in the wake of ongoing spending scandals.
"Therefore, we are going to undertake a comprehensive review of the performance management and awards system, which will include [Senior Executive Service] and non-SES employees and encompass individual and organizational performance awards."
In a July memo, he said even with the freeze, there would be a process to fill "critical vacancies."