The Army knows its soldiers have skills and talents that aren’t immediately identifiable based on their rank and military occupational specialty, A new integrated pay and personnel system will help the Army learn more about its soldiers and their talents.
In today’s Federal Newscast, James Wolfe, who was the head of the security for the Senate Intelligence Committee for almost 30 years, has plead guilty to making false statements to the FBI about his interactions with a news organization.
A new report frets over the growing obesity epidemic and its impact on the military.
The Navy opens a new call center to help sailors worldwide with personnel issues.
The administration’s proposal to revamp OPM would not be the death-knell of the Civil Service. In fact, Commentator Jeff Neal said let’s try the approach. If it doesn’t work, it’s up to Congress to fix it.
In today’s Federal Newscast, Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert Wilkie appointed a new permanent director for the DC medical center.
Good government groups are ready for a civil service overhaul, but they’re also excited to reignite the conversation about public service.
Federal agencies are slipping when it comes to using clear language everyone can understand on their public-facing websites. Some of the drop can be attributed to high turnover in the positions meant to work on this goal.
Bob Tobias, a professor in American University’s Key Executive Leadership Programs, described what he called the “three legged stool” essential to any successful civil service reform.
In today’s Federal Newscast, base officials are the describing the damage at Tyndall Air Force Base in the Florida panhandle as “catastrophic.”
The Office of Personnel Management said it will soon sign off two separate direct-hire authorities and will begin initial steps to develop a special occupational pay and classification system.
Sharon Roth, senior research analyst in the policy and evaluations office at the Merit Systems Protection Board, shares the latest research on managing employees.
Federal News Network’s Jared Serbu spoke with Lt. Gen. Ed Daly, deputy commander of the materiel command, at this week’s Association of the U.S. Army conference in Washington.
The Army is still figuring out how to deal with soldiers who are nondeployable for a year or more.