Evan Lesser, founder and president of ClearanceJobs.com, joins host Derrick Dortch on this week’s Fed Access to discuss what the federal government is doing to speed up the process for workers seeking security clearances.
The Census Bureau will soon select 50 employees to participate in the program’s first cohort, which will begin coursework in January.
Officials considering federal telework program changes first might want to check the press clippings about the Social Security Administration’s decision, or read results of a survey of Education Department workers.
The Education Department changed its telework policy last year, requiring most employees to show up to the office at least four days a week, which the agency justified as an effort to “enhance collaboration.”
Leslie Weinstein, an Army Reserve officer and DoD policy consultant, explains why cyber excepted service can help the DoD attract and retain the best employees.
Bob Tobias, of the Key Executive Leadership program at American University, joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin in the studio to share his thoughts.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Office of Personnel Management wants to lift the current time limitations for seasonal appointments.
Each of the military services significantly ramped up their use of direct hiring in 2019. The Air Force Sustainment Center, for instance, is using the authority to fill more than 70 percent of all job openings.
An agency watchdog report has found Census Bureau systems failed to meet “peak recruiting demands” this summer – a claim that the bureau disputes.
The Office of Management and Budget will soon launch a reskilling pilot aimed at bringing the federal workforce up to speed on data science skills.
Janice Glover-Jones, chief diversity, equity and inclusion officer at the Defense Intelligence Agency, says she has harnessed her power of belief to reach success.
FAA “culture of noncompliance” puzzles the Office of Special Counsel.
Jeanette Manfra, assistant director for cybersecurity at the Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, is leaving her post at the end of the year for the private sector, according to a CISA official.
The federal government’s half-million telecommuters are watching, many in horror, what is happening at the Social Security Administration where 11,000 teleworkers have been ordered back to the office.