The Army is still drafting an implementation plan for the civilian employee side of its new, overarching “People Strategy.” But officials are previewing some of the ideas that may soon become Army-wide policy.
In today’s Federal Newscast, 50,000 federal employees will get a chance to sound off about their benefits this fall in the Office of Personnel Management’s Federal Employee Benefits survey.
The Securities and Exchange Commission is rolling out two major human capital systems this summer.
With the final release of the long-awaited federal HR policy rewrite, agencies will see shorter future Federal Employee Viewpoint Surveys and fewer human capital management reporting requirements.
The Air Force is standing up a new human capital analytics office, hoping to make better use of the data it already has in order to help solve ongoing recruiting and retention challenges.
Agencies say the guidance and tools that the Office of Personnel Management gives to department headquarters often does not filter down to components in the field. OPM began the first of its listening and training tours last week on the federal hiring process.
Officials with OPM and OMB touted the Human Capital and Training Solutions contract as the first and best of its kind under the Obama administration’s category management initiative.
Cost effective management of human capital is what Congress wants from the Defense Department. It used section 955 of the 2013 Defense Authorization Bill to get it. But DoD still has a ways to go in complying. Brenda Farrell, the director of Defense Capabilities and Management issues at Government Accountability Office, joins Federal Drive with Tom Temin with more.
Col. Darby McNulty, the project officer for Integrated Personnel and Pay System-Army, said the Army still faces many challenges in getting soldiers their active-duty pay.
Washington, DC – May 11, 2015 Federal News Radio is accepting nominations now through June 19 for the 2015 Causey Awards which recognize achievements in human capital management. Nominations should focus on those individuals who…