Organizations have some ideas for how the National Cyber Director's forthcoming workforce strategy could address longstanding cyber talent challenges.
OPM is prioritizing early-career recruitment, as the federal government trails the private sector in its percentage of millennial and Generation Z employees in the workforce.
The Office of Personnel Management removed economist and auditor from its list of high risk mission critical occupations, but said more work is needed to close the skills gap for acquisition, human resources and cybersecurity professionals.
The National Association of State CIOs (NASCIO) and Guidehouse released the 13th annual survey of state chief information officers and found similar challenges and opportunities as their federal brethren.
An industry group says shared SCIFs could help intelligence agencies retain employees and give small businesses a chance to compete for classified contracts.
In today's Federal Newscast: Federal human resources employees get some guidance on how to effectively use data in recruitment. The leading federal cyber agencies enumerate coding-security advice for software vendors. And the FCC is launching a Space Bureau.
The Federal Salary Council reported that federal pay fell further behind private sector pay, from a pay gap of 22.47% in 2021 to 24.09% in 2022.
About 64% of FNN survey respondents said they were satisfied with their current work situation, but at the same time, the requirement of working in the office at least once a week was a pain point for some.
The 2022 Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey added new questions about innovation and resilience, as well as a new index on diversity, equity, inclusion and accessibility.
In today's Federal Newscast, the IRS just might have someone to answer your call next tax season.
The American Federation of Government Employees held a rally on Oct. 26 to raise concerns about a workforce in “crisis” at the Social Security Administration.
The largest federal employee union is joining State Department employees and members of Congress in calling for the firing of a Foreign Service officer for allegedly running a website with antisemitic content.
The Department of Veterans Affairs is seeing a surge of applicants applying for open positions as the agency looks to expand its workforce.
As USDA continues to rebuild its workforce following major staff attrition in 2019, agency leaders are simultaneously focused on broader goals to advance diversity, equity, inclusion and accessibility.