A pilot program is underway for an electronic performance management system within HRSA to improve retention and recruitment efforts.
The Air Force plans to hire 1,400 cyber and 2,000 acquisition personnel over the next year. To do that, it’s taking a fresh approach to how it recruits.
The Securities and Exchange Commission is rolling out two major human capital systems this summer.
A new VA center seeks emerging therapies to enhance veterans’ physical and mental well-being.
The nation’s transportation system must handle 70 million more people in the coming years.
An AASHTO Center of Excellence is scheduled to open in Transportation Department headquarters next year. The modernized space will be a collaborative area designed to foster the one-stop-shop concept.
Fourteen percent of all traffic fatalities today are pedestrians and lesser crashes involving foot and bicycle traffic often go unreported.
With the rapidly changing transportation sector, the Department of Transportation will continue to build on its legacy of putting safety first.
Deputy Commissioner for Human Resources Reginald Wells of the Social Security Administration said his agency opted not to pursue a phased retirement program.
UPDATED: A key Senate committee approved an amendment today to give federal employees no less than 10 years of identity and credit-monitoring services and $5 million in liability protection for related damages.
Over the last two days, we’ve explored many of the trends in offices and buildings where you work. Now, we look inward to office interiors. Kevin Kampschroer is the chief sustainability officer at the General Services Administration, and director of the Office of High Performance Green Buildings. Environmental psychologist Judy Heerwagen is a program expert in that office. In the final part of our special report, “The Federal Office of the Future,” they tell Federal News Radio’s Lauren Larson more about the evolution of personal workspaces, and the planning required before choosing a new office.
The Maryland Democrat hosts his third town hall with federal employees since March answering questions on a series of hot-button issues.
In a few years the Thrift Savings Plan could feel more like a private plan. With a more participant-focused strategy the Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board will make a shift to providing greater access and flexibility and a more informative customer service experience.
The Government Accountability Office’s biennial High Risk List may spell bad news for an agency, but it can also a road map for making changes.