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The Army rolled out a new and comprehensive strategy for talent management that is all about recruitment and retention.
On Tuesday, the Army released its first-ever "People Strategy." Implementation plans are yet to come, but the service is already rethinking its selection process for new commanders.
When it comes to hiring the talent they need, federal agencies are often working in the dark.
Air Force Chief of Staff David Goldfein has been pushing authority down to squadron commanders, trusting in them to effectively pursue their missions and take care of their people.
In today's Federal Newscast, given the acute and ongoing shortage of cybersecurity talent, government officials are starting to think about hiring on skill, rather than specific degree.
The Army Reserve is placing itself in strategic locations to get talented people to become soldiers.
The Army knows its soldiers have skills and talents that aren't immediately identifiable based on their rank and military occupational specialty, A new integrated pay and personnel system will help the Army learn more about its soldiers and their talents.
The Office of Management and Budget’s day-long event Sept. 12 with public and private sector leaders will produce a set of recommendations for how to transform the federal workforce.
After a lackluster first year in its Cyber Direct Commissioning program, the Army is hoping a combination of higher pay and better marketing will let it attract more candidates from industry, academia.
Acendre, a talent management agency said HR managers will be talking a lot more about artificial intelligence and engagement in 2018
Agencies are getting some help from the Office of Personnel Management to either fully implement or enhance existing talent management and succession planning programs.
About 8 percent of federal employees say they're fully confident in their agency's talent management system, according to a recent survey of more than 300 employees. But human capital experts are wondering whether the triple threat of budget cuts, attrition and a government reorganization could push agencies to address longstanding human capital questions they've avoided in the past.
The IRS says it's rethinking its workforce strategy as it begins preparations to implement several sweeping changes to the agency. IRS Chief Human Capital Officer Daniel Riordan says he's developing new career models, as many new employees with have different jobs as the agency's operations change.
The Department of Energy is looking to deliver a jolt to its workforce development and recruitment processes, so it’s standing up a new Office of Talent Management to do just that.