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Building the Enterprise: A New Civil Service Framework : Partnership for Public Service , 2014


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From the report: “Today’s federal workforce is composed largely of knowledge-based, professional occupations—a much different picture than the largely clerical occupations that dominated the previous century’s workforce. The entire federal government is made up of 2.1 million civilian employees, 1.8 million of whom work in full-time, permanent, nonseasonal positions. Nearly two-thirds of these employees work in professional and administrative positions. But what does this portion of the overall federal workforce look like today? Which agencies do these employees work in, and in which fields? The figures in the following pages focus on federal civilian employees in the executive branch, excluding the intelligence community and U.S. Postal Service.”



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