What will the clearance jobs market look like in 2021? Find out from Evan Lesser, founder and president of ClearanceJobs.com, as he joins Derrick Dortch on this week's Fed Access.
Agencies are turning more and more to direct hire authorities instead of the usual competitive hiring procedures to bring on new talent to government, a recent study from the Merit Systems Protection Board finds.
Agencies considering long-term implications of a partially remote or hybrid workforce, everything from recruitment and professional development to leased space and locality pay.
In today's Federal Newscast, as sexual assault continues to be a bigger issue in the military, a new study finds it is affecting retention.
Though they've both hired new people in the year since the Agriculture Department's Kansas City relocation, two of USDA's major research bureaus are operating today with nearly 30% fewer employees, data shows.
In January 2021, 13,850 federal employees retired, driving the retirement backlog up to 26,968, the highest it's been since April of 2013, when it sat at just above 30,000.
One former member of the boards in question says they've long been too heavily dominated by members who are unlikely to provide innovative advice to the department.
The new memo shows the Biden administration is looking for a wide array ideas from agencies to better recruit, retain and support a diverse national security workforce. Notably, the administration wants agencies to explore more flexible remote work options for classified workers and review existing hiring authorities.
In today's Federal Newscast, a new memo from President Biden will create a new inter-agency task force to develop proposals to recruit, retain and support national security professionals.
Lots of people on the autism spectrum are capable of good and useful work, and that's the idea behind a neuro diversity pilot project at the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency.
The suggestions come from Task Force One Navy, an entity created in the wake of George Floyd’s death last year and the Black Lives Matter protests that followed.
Entering a federal agency for the first time as an appointed manager can be daunting. Tom Temin got a breakdown from Boston Consulting Group's Daniel Werfel.
After a fair amount of drama over Defense advisory boards in the past few months, the Pentagon is starting completely fresh by relieving hundreds of board members.
The Defense secretary put a halt to Trump-era actions against transgender service members.