Federal HR expert Jeff Neal tells the story of reduction in force he managed at the Department of the Navy — how they planned it, what the RIF accomplished, and why it worked.
Randy Silvey, president Silverlight Financial, encourages federal employees to take specific steps to push back against proposed budget cuts.
Financial literacy, parental leave and contracting issues are all being addressed by amendments to the 2018 defense authorization bill.
The Office of Personnel Management hasn’t seen much progress in reducing its backlog of unprocessed federal employee retirement claims after experiencing an uptick in claims earlier this summer.
AFGE and NFFE say they have not had a substantive seat at the table during the drafting of HUD’s reform plans.
Few have seen cybersecurity efforts from as many angles as retired Brig. Gen. Greg Touhill, president of Cyxtera Federal Group.
NTEU is launching a multi-media campaign to change the way the average American voter thinks about the federal workforce.
Leaders in the intelligence community are still performing a balancing act between employee freedom and security issues.
The Senior Executive Service must be allowed to play a key role in change and reorganization.
The National Background Investigations Bureau plans ‘human testing’ this fall to improve the federal security clearance process.
A group of foreign policy experts assembled by the Atlantic Council advocates a “de-layered” State Department, saying the current structure is “unmanageable.”
The Defense Department is trying a new tactic on its plea for base realignment and closure.
Margaret Weichert will be the nominee to be OMB deputy director for management and Jeff Pon will be the new nominee to lead OPM.
The Office of Personnel Management is preparing a new talent management and succession planning guide.