A new request for information from the CFO Council hopes to attract education and training providers to create an on-demand marketplace.
In today's Federal Newscast, a review by the National Academy of Public Administration says Secret Service employees are doing more than ever with less.
The State Department and Commerce Department are both launching strategies to maximize the use of their data.
William Gale is an economist, tax expert and senior fellow at the Brookings Institution and he joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin for more discussion.
The Air Force will hit its goal of recruiting 42,000 people in 2021.
For the past year, the Defense Department has been piloting “career planning for digital acquisition."
U.S. Digital Corps will bring in two-year fellows to be assigned throughout the government.
For the next 22 months, agencies can noncompetitively hire military spouses to a federal position regardless of their location, according to a long-awaited policy the Office of Personnel Management finalized early this week.
VA has a model for staffing. But the VA Office of Inspector General finds the model somehow fails to translate into a clear picture of staffing requirements.
OPM has not come back to pre-COVID levels of retirement claims processing and staffing, and like many federal agencies is still dealing with a wide swath of the workforce working remotely.
It took a lot of technology work to keep the government operating remotely through the pandemic. But what about the finances of it all?
The IRS plans to surge its hiring to fill its depleted ranks. The agency told Congress last year it has 33,000 fewer employees than it did a decade ago.
The House Armed Services Committee advanced a defense policy chock full of amendments addressing AI, Buy American, pay parity, civilian control of the military and other issues.
NASA is taking the next several months to "experiment" with employee telework and remote arrangements before making big investment or divestment decisions.