The Trump administration is also planning to study the full scope of federal employees’ pay, benefits other opportunities for recognition, in effort to prove to Congress that the workforce would benefit from more flexible performance-based awards over across-the-board pay raises.
The 2020 president’s budget request keeps federal IT spending in 2020 about level with 2019. And the Analytical Perspectives on the budget released Monday indicate all is not well.
The detailed version of the President’s 2020 budget request includes a series of familiar pay and retirement cuts and a wide variety of proposals designed to change the way agencies compensate, hire, manage and reward both current and future federal employees.
Since December the Justice Department and Equal Employment Opportunity Commission have been working together under a memorandum of understanding.
How often have you heard the complaint that the first thing cut when budgets aren’t right is training? At the National Park Service, that seems to be the case.
The Trump administration said it sees 2019 as the year it plans to win the public’s trust and establish familiarity with the federal workforce that it’s up to the task of deploying artificial intelligence, robotics and other new technology.
The Defense HR Activity released a RFI seeking industry input across areas like software to recruit, retain and train employees or new approaches to performance management and for identifying competencies.
The Federal Housing Finance Authority awards a four-month contract for a vendor to create a two-day cybersecurity themed escape room.
DoD needs to be careful if it decides to cut 17,000 medical jobs.
The National Science Foundation is looking for concrete, technological ideas through the Career Compass Challenge that it could pilot broad reskilling effort across the federal workforce. But NSF also sees the challenge as a potential spark for culture change.
George Mason University in Virginia officially launched the Center for Government Contracting to focus on policy, business and regulatory issues that impact the federal procurement process.
After 17 years of war against Taliban and al-Qaida-linked insurgents, Marines are going through advanced cold-weather training to prepare for future wars against foes such as Russian and North Korea
The Department of Veterans Affairs said it’s ready for the launch of its new appeals modernization program, which officially started Tuesday after a year-long pilot.
Kevin Cooley, director of the office of planning and programming for service delivery at the National Weather Service, joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin for the details.