New diversity efforts include requiring any open ambassador position to include at least one minority candidate.
Bobbie Kilberg, president and CEO of the Northern Virginia Technology Council, talks to Women of Washington about the three presidential administrations in which she served.
Members of Congress in the Washington area scored highly yet again on this year’s report card put out by Federally Employed Women.
John Palguta, vice president for Policy at the Partnership for Public Service, and Janet Kopenhaver, Washington representative of Federally Employed Women, count down the week’s top stories with Francis Rose.
The Homeland Security Department’s budget is fully funded for the rest of fiscal 2015. Congress will have a chance now to look at other issues that may impact the federal workforce. Janet Kopenhaver is Washington representative of Federally Employed Women. On In Depth with Francis Rose, she shared a priority list FEW’s taking to the Hill.
Janet Kopenhaver, Washington representative for the group Federally Employed Women, joins host Mike Causey to discuss the political leanings of federal workers.
Maryland Congressman Frank Wolf and Janet Kopenhaver with Federally Employed Women join host Mike Causey to talk about what’s ahead for Congress and feds. October 29, 2014
Midterm elections are exactly one week away. But no matter what happens to the political power balance in the legislative branch, it’ll be hard for the next group to do much less for federal employees than the 113th Congress did. Janet Kopenhaver is Washington representative of Federally Employed Women. FEW gives out legislative score cards for each session of Congresss. On In Depth with guest host Jared Serbu, Janet said the most recent scores were hard to decide.
Congress has 12 business days to finish its list of appropriations bills once it gets back from recess in two weeks. Janet Kopenhaver is Washington representative for Federally Employed Women. She shared her predictions for Congress’ to-do list for September on In Depth with Francis Rose.
Career employees in the senior executive service are mostly men. The non-profit group Federally Employed Women says men make up more than two-thirds of SES employees. Janet Kopenhaver is Washington representative of FEW. On In Depth with Francis Rose, she explained how FEW’s trying to rejuvenate a program that helps women join the SES.