The Air Force is creating a maintainer training program to follow in the footsteps of the Pilot Training Next program, now in it’s second stint.
Tiffany Boiman, director of office and policy programs at the Labor Department’s Women’s Bureau, joined Women of Washington to discuss her career path and the department’s continuing efforts to close the gender gap in the workforce and beyond.
With a partial government shutdown now entering its third week nearly 400,000 furloughed federal employees remain unsure how to fill their vacant days, but are finding ways to stay busy.
The Trump administration wants to bring more agencies to collaborate on the goals outlined in the President’s Management Agenda in 2019.
The Navy will set up a new three-star post to oversee education and research.
Reps. Will Hurd and Robin Kelly want a more coordinated effort around artificial intelligence to improve how agencies recruit and train cyber workers.
Congress didn’t send a sweeping civil service modernization package to the president’s desk this year, but winners of this year’s Presidential Rank Awards have some ideas on where they can start on their own.
Bright spots in the Partnership for Public Service’s Best Places to Work in the Federal Government rankings show particular progress at some of the largest agencies, including DoD and Homeland Security.
New analysis from Deloitte is shedding light on automation’s potential for the federal workforce.
Soldiers can get national accreditation for military occupation specialties if they keep track of their hours.
The newly installed chief of the U.S. Forest Service has promised to change the agency’s culture of widespread harassment, misconduct and retaliation. But what would that take?
A recent GAO report concluded that employees believe agencies are doing reasonably well on four of OPM’s Five Phases of Performance Management, with improvement needed on rewarding.
Since April, the Army has cut more than 60 training and administrative requirements. Top official say the goal is to redirect time and resources into readiness and modernization.
For years, Congress and White House administrations have tried to make chief information officers business leaders with a proverbial seat at the top management table.