Both the Veterans Affairs and Interior Departments are moving federal employees out of Washington, D.C., and into consolidated regional offices.
The reorganization plans of three agencies show a trend of consolidating, centralizing back-office functions.
The CIO Council, OPM and OMB are hosting a hiring fair Nov. 6-7 in Maryland.
New diversity efforts include requiring any open ambassador position to include at least one minority candidate.
AFGE and NFFE say they have not had a substantive seat at the table during the drafting of HUD’s reform plans.
The National Background Investigations Bureau plans ‘human testing’ this fall to improve the federal security clearance process.
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 University of Maryland University College wants to fill a void with a new Master’s program in cloud architecture and management.
Reps. Scott Perry (R-Pa.) and J. Luis Correa (D-Calif.) expressed their “continued frustration” with the Homeland Security Department’s rollout of a unified system to track employees’ training and performance.
Involuntary moves can negatively affect employee morale, cause increased Senior Executive Service turnover and may hamper SES hiring.
A civilian Defense Department employee’s spouse asks why buyouts aren’t being offered more readily to the 77,000 federal employees who are ready to retire.
David Eagles, the COO of HUD, said senior leadership is committed to an engaged process to improve the agency.
Lindy Kyzer, senior editor for ClearanceJobs.com, helps you get to the bottom of challenges you and others may have with regards to security clearances.
What is the state of the federal job market? What can you do to increase your chances of landing a government job? Find out when Corliss Jackson, president and CEO of Federal Job Results, joins host Derrick Dortch on this week’s Fed Access. August 18, 2017