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  • This is the Army’s future soldier

    The Army is changing and with it are the demands on its individual soldiers. Army Chief of Staff Gen. Mark Milley explained what characteristics the next generation soldier will hold.

  • Delivering on digital

    Bill Eggers, executive director of the Deloitte Center for Government Insights joins host John Gilroy to discuss his book: “Delivering on Digital: The Innovators and Technologies That Are Transforming Government.” August 2, 2016

  • 7 steps to raise the bar on your agency’s enterprise risk management strategy

    A new playbook from the Chief Financial Officers Council and Performance Improvement Council aims to help agencies stand up enterprise risk management programs, as well as comply with a new mandate in OMB’s update to Circular A-123.

  • Rep. Hurd answers OMB’s IT challenge, proposes alternative strategy

    Lawmakers are offering the Modernizing Obsolete and Vulnerable Enterprise IT (MOVE-IT) Act as an alternative to the White House’s $3.1 billion IT Modernization Fund proposal to help agencies update technology networks and applications.

  • Gen. Chuck Wald: Aerospace, defense industry sees worldwide growth

    Driven by global threats and a rise in defense spending outside of the U.S., the aerospace and defense industry worldwide will see growth this year, after falling for two years. That’s the assessment from Deloitte in its annual performance study. Joining me with more, Retired Air Force Gen. Chuck Wald, vice chairman and senior adviser at Deloitte, has more on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

  • Generational divides frustrate older workforce, but discourage millennials even more

    As part of Federal News Radio’s special report, What Millennials Really Want from Federal Service, 61 percent of federal employees under age 35 say they feel they’re perceived or treated differently because of their age. These perceptions have some positive — many negative — impacts on their experiences in the federal workforce.

  • Millennials want to stay, if government grasps the new reality

    Burdened by student debt, the youngest federal employees are entering the workforce later than their predecessors. As part of a Federal News Radio special report, What Millennials Really Want from Federal Service, most young employees said they’d prefer to stay in government, as long as they have opportunities to develop their skills, careers and benefits.

  • Sean Morris: How new trends in managing people will help your agency

    What might have worked for managing people in federal agencies 10 years ago is probably not working so well now. Deloitte’s Global Human Capital Trends team focused on the federal government and discovered some important trends. Sean Morris, director of the federal human capital practice at Deloitte, tells Federal Drive with Tom Temin how you can use the trends to help your agency.

  • Industry, government relationship slow to transform cyber habits

    Federal contractors say there is room for improvement when it comes to protecting itself and working with government in a post-OPM breach environment. That includes modernizing the bidding process, sharing more information and being ready to adapt to an ever-changing threat.

  • Progress and Opportunities in Federal Shared Services

    Federal shared IT and other services make all the sense in the world. So why aren’t more agencies doing it? And what will it take to expand use of shared services?