Transition planning is necessary, because 43% Cabinet secretaries, deputy secretaries and undersecretaries during the Clinton, George W. Bush and Obama administrations have left within the first six months of the second presidential term, according to new data from the Partnership for Public Service.
A group of like-minded champions of creative, inventive thinking within their agencies has formed a kind of support group for federal innovators.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Office of Government Ethics wants to hear from agencies about the best ways to train and teach employees about ethical matters.
Embracing culture change and appointing a senior leader to develop and manage a organizational roadmap are among the ways agencies can improve their customer experiences, according to a new report from the Partnership for Public Service and Accenture Federal Services.
As House lawmakers search for ways to help the federal government strengthen its talent pipeline, they find consensus on at least two ideas.
Tim McManus, chief operating officer of the Partnership for Public Service, joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin to talk about some of the latest thinking.
An often overlooked element in delivering excellent service to the public is having employees who themselves are taken care of by internal services.
Jamie Rhome leads the team that developed a new and sophisticated surge model and warning system that gives earlier warnings of potential floods.
At the Department of Veterans Affairs, vets applying for mental health-related benefits can have their claims processed in a minute, instead of two months.
Jeff Neal says the potential for AI will change how employees work, present new risks and change how the American people interact with the government.