The federal workforce and its partial plight have dominated the news since Christmas. But how much do you know about that workforce?
The Partnership for Public Service said its latest Best Places To Work ratings should be a wake-up call for federal agency leaders.
How can two organizations, using the same data, offer up two different takes on employee engagement in the federal workforce?
Having political and career leaders engage with the workforce in a constructive and respectful manner is not a Democrat/Republican issue. It is a matter of leadership and should be treated that way.
Bright spots in the Partnership for Public Service’s Best Places to Work in the Federal Government rankings show particular progress at some of the largest agencies, including DoD and Homeland Security.
In today’s Federal Newscast, 11 agencies improved their grades, and for the first time no agency received an F on the Federal IT Acquisition Reform Act or FITARA scorecard.
In today’s Federal Newscast, Customs and Border Protection issues Accenture a partial stop work order to pause its nearly 300 million dollar contract to hire more border patrol agents.
Since 2010 the Presidential Management Fellows Program has brought thousands of students and recent graduates into federal service. Margot Conrad at the Partnership for Public Service had more details.
Every year the federal government reports levels of improper payments of around $140 billion. The problem seems impervious to efforts to end it.
One of the biggest culprits of improper payments in the federal government — the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services — is making progress to combat the issue.