The Veterans Affairs Department released its draft proposal to revise the current Veterans Choice Program, setting up weeks of passionate debate on what the future of the program should look like.
To combat the Army’s nondeployability problem, the service wants to add deployment pay and cut tuition assistance for non-deployable soldiers.
House Veterans Affairs Committee Chairman Phil Roe (R-Tenn.) said the legislation he recently introduced that sets up a BRAC-style commission to review medical facilities at the Veterans Affairs Department marks the beginning of a long conversation on the topic.
The Defense Department and Army are changing the way they hire and train acquisition professionals.
The latest Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey results show higher overall employee engagement across the government in 2017.
Renee Johnson, national president of the Federal Managers Association, says Jeff Tien Han Pon is a good choice to lead OPM.
The Defense Department is strongly urging lawmakers to give it the authority to resume responsibility for its own security clearance process. Lawmakers, however, are skeptical.
NIST recently completed a “security sprint” and is implementing lessons learned.
Leading the Army’s reevaluation of its facilities is Randy Robinson, the acting assistant Army secretary for installations, environment and energy.
Fresh research by Deloitte and the Senior Executives Association shows many federal executives feel don’t trust the systems in place to develop and keep talent.