The Board says the pause in the posting of appeals decisions should end next week.
Overweight and obesity affect military readiness and retention, but it doesn't have to.
Now two wars, which the U.S. is helping to supply, put the strain on the defense industrial base
Although expensive, this notebook PC is designed for rugged — really rugged — use
Continuous vetting for all — that's the goal of OPM under Trusted Workforce 2.0. But the timeline seems ambitious.
Cynics see a federal government shutdown as a paid vacation for federal employees, at least those forced into furlough. For the most part, you can actually take paid, approved leave during a shutdown.
Shutdown countdown on your mind? Tired of congressional vilification? You might be thinking of how great a private sector job would be. Think twice. Many civilian public servants and military people do have great post-government careers. But the private sector offers no guarantees either, and a government or military career may not necessarily have prepared you for work outside of government.
Career fair at large state university shows keen interest graduates or soon-to-best have in working for the federal government
Business whisperers define management as getting things done through others. If you're the manager, that makes two basics incumbent on you. One, can you motivate people. Two, can you identify and hire the right people in the first place.
As the government moves towards skills-based hiring, apprenticeships make more and more sense
The National Finance Center is technically deficient, suffers from poor internal and external communications, and provides sub-par customer experience, according to the findings of a new and widely reported study.
After something like 8,000 Federal Drive with Tom Temin interviews over the years, I really can't name a single favorite. This past week, though, the most fun interview was with two federal employees whose function I almost never interview — public affairs.
Maybe Ron DeSantis knew what he meant to say, but gosh, his throat-slit comment was way off the mark.
Agencies are hatching return-to-the-workplace policies one by one, and none of them quite match