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In today’s Federal Newscast, the USAJobs.gov website is among the first citizen facing sites to use the new Login.gov identity management service.
The CIO Council and OPM are hosting an IT workforce jobs fair in November focusing on filling critical IT and cyber jobs for more than 20 federal agencies.
The Office of Personnel Management unveiled another round of updates to USAJobs.gov, the federal jobs portal that long left applicants, agency human resource specialists and chief human capital officers frustrated with the hiring process. It’s part of OPM’s ongoing and iterative efforts to improve the user and agency experience with USAJobs.
A new site designed to serve as a one-stop shop for federal managers, employees, job seekers and academic institutions and students in the cybersecurity field will launch within the next two months. The Office of Personnel Management said it’s one of several steps the administration is taking to help agencies better recruit and hire new talent.
Federal hiring doesn’t have to be onerous and slow. In fact, federal managers have more than 100 hiring authorities to help them get the right talent fast. If staying competitive in hiring and making a more diverse workforce are among your goals, you need to get more familiar with hiring authorities.
Former DHS CHCO Jeff Neal says OPM has done more than just put lipstick on a pig with its USAjobs renovation.
The updated USAJobs.gov is looking pretty good. As in, two clicks to lists of jobs in your general area of expertise.
The latest updates to USAJobs.gov include a new, more responsive mobile site, as well as a help center and frequently-asked-questions page. The new improvements come from the Office of Personnel Management, which is celebrating the job portal’s 20th anniversary this week.
As part of the Hiring Excellence campaign, OPM is going on the road to speak with the federal HR community in the field. The goal is to better educate HR specialists and hiring managers about the wide variety of authorities and flexibilities they already have to recruit and hire new talent.