NASA Chief Human Capital Officer Bob Gibbs said employee engagement starts with a plan, but really needs to happen organically across the agency.
The Veterans Affairs Department says it’s also eliminated 235 expired directives and 85 percent of outdated manuals in effort to cut red tape.
Mike Pompeo has been nominated to lead the State Department, but what shape is the agency in and how does its workplace compare to other large federal agencies?
Performance management is a serious focus for all agencies during the next two years.
The President’s Budget for 2019 proposes a nearly $6 billion funding cut to the Agriculture Department, which is undergoing an agencywide reorganization and IT modernization initiative.
The policy released last month effectively bars transgender people from joining the military and puts transgender troops currently serving in jeopardy of losing their jobs.
Some members of the National Guard said certification of their promotions has taken up to six months.
Performance feedback, training and employee well-being are under review by managers, according to the deputy associate director for the Senior Executive Service and Performance Management.
In today’s Federal Newscast, after media reports said the Interior Secretary made dismissive comments about workforce diversity, 28 members of Congress send a letter to Ryan Zinke asking him to rethink his comments.
Mid-career women in the Coast Guard are leaving at a much higher rate than other demographics.
The Air Force is giving airmen 16 more hours of free childcare and using a new web tool to connect them with housing.
The Air Force Reserve is keeping airmen who requested discharges or retirement until Sept. 30.
After getting the go-ahead from the State Department to proceed on their own hiring strategy, the U.S. Agency for International Development released details Thursday on its proposal to reorganize the agency.
The Defense Department and some lawmakers want to make the program, which lets troops take a sabbatical to go back to school or care for a sick loved one, a permanent fixture in the military.