The USAJobs 3.0 website is accepting thousands of applications two weeks into the launch, but the number of applications appears to have dropped in comparison to previous months.
A coalition representing 4.6 million federal and postal workers and annuitants has sent a letter to the deficit reduction supercommittee urging the panel to reject proposals that would put further strains on the federal workforce.
Users roundly criticized the launch of USAJobs 3.0 and raised questions about OPM's decision to insource the site.
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The tumult for the troubled USAJobs revamp does not seem to be over. Although the Office of Personnel Management gave it a thumbs up late Oct. 14, problems continued to frustrate users.
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An unexpectedly high number of users flooded the new USAJobs website when it launched, causing the time outs and errors that many users experienced, OPM says.