What do buyouts at the Defense Department have in common with matsutake mushrooms? They are both very valuable and very rare.
Erin O’Brien, director of education and training services at the Wright State Research Institute, joins host Derrick Dortch on this week’s Fed Access to discuss how the institute is preparing the next generation of intelligence analysts. September 22, 2017
The Air Force is still playing catch up in its pilot pipeline despite adding incentive benefits.
Daniel Payne, the director of the Defense Security Services, said the continuous evaluation program will have 1 million employees by 2018.
The Trump administration wants to find out how many people work, as in really work, rather than are employed, at the U.N., the State Department and other federal agencies.
Both the Veterans Affairs and Interior Departments are moving federal employees out of Washington, D.C., and into consolidated regional offices.
An interim policy released by the Defense Department keeps transgender troops in the military until a review is finished in February. Then it’s up in the air.
The CIO Council, OPM and OMB are hosting a hiring fair Nov. 6-7 in Maryland.
With a backlog of 700,000 cases on file, the NBIB is being squeezed on one side by contractors who need clearances to win government business, and by agencies who need to fill critical and sensitive positions. One observer says its time to re-think the clearance process and bring it into the 21st century.
EPA advocates say recovery efforts for Hurricanes Harvey and Irma are proof of how important it is to have a fully-funded public health agency.
The House Oversight Committee passed a bill Wednesday that would allow the Secret Service to raise the salary and overtime pay cap for agents tasked with protecting President Donald Trump and his family.
The Defense Department is asking Congress to make fundamental changes to the up or out system.
New diversity efforts include requiring any open ambassador position to include at least one minority candidate.
Veterans made up slightly more of the federal workforce in fiscal 2016 compared to previous years, but agencies overall hired fewer new veterans to fill government jobs.