A few changes are here for TSP’s My Account, with more on the way
Now one year after the tumultuous TSP update last June, recent changes to My Account show FRTIB’s goal of slow but steady improvements for participants.
The Bureau of Prisons must do simple things to makes itself a better place to work: Get to full staffing. Hire the right people. Update crumbling facilities. Sharpen the anti-recidivism problems. Easy to visualize, difficult to do. The Federal Drive with Tom Temin digs into the longstanding challenges that earned BOP the lowest score in the Partnership for Public Service's Best Places to Work in the Federal Government rankings.
All week the Federal Drive has examined the Bureau of Prisons, which ranks as, “The Worst Place to Work in the Federal Government,” according to the annual listing derived from employee viewpoint survey results and compiled by the Partnership for Public Service. To finish the series, Federal Drive host Tom Temin talks with Federal Bureau of Prisons Director Colette Peters, who has been on the job for almost a year
On Memorial Day, we recall those who didn’t return. The tragic pattern of those who return only to take their own lives, that’s an ongoing challenge.
As agencies seek to push data to the edge, it’s important to understand that “edge” involves a range of elements that must be managed and secured, explains Dell Technologies’ Kelsey Monaghan. Learn more about what that means for agencies.
Space Force uses an acquisition formula that allows for satellite deliveries in a two-year time frame with increasing numbers in each delivery.
Carlen Capenos, the director of small business programs for the Defense Information Systems Agency, said a June 13 webinar will help small businesses understand what it takes to get a facility clearance.
he BOP Mission Statement also references “custody and care, not jails and guards.” Federal Drive with Tom Temin takes a look a look at one success. Eddie Ellis was convicted of manslaughter, did part of his sentence in the Florence, Colorado super-max prison, and returned to society. He now works for juvenile-sentencing reform. This is a personal, intimate, and instructive interview.