OPM Dismisses Complaint about OPM’s Discriminatory Hiring Program

The U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM) has dismissed a complaint filed by a New York man who was barred from applying for a federal job in 2017 because he had not graduated from college within the past two years.

Kathleen M. MGettigan, then acting director of the OPM,  stated in a 3/7/18 letter to the complainant, Brian Neary, that the OPM lacks jurisdiction “over the legality” of the Pathway’s Recent Graduates Program because it was the result of an executive order by former President Barack H. Obama.

The OPM program is an example of  systemic and institutionalized age discrimination in hiring.

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