Attracting in-demand cybersecurity talent to government service could be as simple as retraining current federal employees for the jobs of the future.
DoD’s civilian workforce would grow modestly under 2020 budget, and up to 15,000 health care positions would be converted to civilian jobs in coming years.
With furlough exceptions focused on protection of life and property, “partial” government shutdown paints a picture of two governments.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services is standing up a career roadmap aimed at helping its contracting workforce move up the agency’s ranks, while the VA has moved to more virtual, instructor-led training.
Since April, the Army has cut more than 60 training and administrative requirements. Top official say the goal is to redirect time and resources into readiness and modernization.
The Defense Department is using a functional community approach to reexamine, retrain its HR workforce.
For one view of how AI works and how it can augment modernization efforts, Paul Dillahay, chief executive officer of NCI, joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
Agencies face an uphill battle competing with the private sector to recruit top cyber talent right out of college or advanced degree programs, but the State Department, and the opportunity to explore new cultures, serves as an enticing lure to recent graduates to federal service.
Tune in to the August 3rd FedTalk and join host Tony Vergnetti and Michael Livingston from the Livingston Financial Group to hear about important financial planning strategies for all federal employees to consider. They will talk about your Thrift Savings Plan Contributions, Fund Choices, Investment Basics, and Withdraw Options. They will also discuss the upcoming changes to the TSP from the TSP modernization act that was signed in December 2017.
August 3, 2018
How many shutdowns have you been through? How did you get by? Senior Correspondent Mike Causey wants to know.