Military services seek to expand pool of potential recruits
With a historically small pool of potential recruits, DoD wants to help more potential service members qualify.
Be sure to catch Deputy DoD CIO Lily Zeleke's keynote interview on DoD's plans to rationalize IT systems across the department through smart cloud adoption and improve user experience at 1:00 p.m. EDT, March 21.
From cloud computing contracts to Defense business systems, the DoD CIO’s office wants to help components retire technical debt, improve integration and reduce duplication. We get a first-hand account of what’s planned from DoD’s Lily Zeleke.
A dozen unsuccessful bidders protested the award of CATTS IT services contract, claiming Commerce didn’t evaluate their proposals properly.
A new and exclusive Federal News Network survey shows that government HR employees know well agencies must speed up and streamline recruiting, hiring and retention processes. Download our survey report now to learn more.
The Department of Veterans Affairs is on track to exceed its hiring goals for its health care workforce fiscal 2023, but is also speeding up the time it takes to fill vacant positions.
The Office of Strategic Capital directs funding to projects traditional venture capital might overlook.
He runs a program most people never heard of, but it has got a $5 billion budget. He is the head of the Bureau of Primary Health Care, nested in the Health Resources and Services Administration, itself a component of the Health and Human Services Department.
Given everything that happened in the pandemic of 2020, one would think the government would have learned a thing or two about bio responses. It has learned a lot, actually. But there is more work to do, according to the Government Accountability Office (GAO).