Technology talent with a desire to serve is out there, says Chris Kaung. There just aren't many places for them to get into public service early in their careers. The U.S. Digital Corps is meant to fix that.
The Federal Reserve System's twelve regional banks and offices are moving ahead quickly with COVID-19 vaccine mandates.
The GAO examines some of the Defense Department's tactics to lessen the effects of inconsistent funding during continuing resolutions.
Five federal employee families this week were awarded with scholarships to help further public-minded career endeavors, courtesy of NTEU.
Record demand for services and pandemic precautions have prompted some fundamental reassessments about delivery.
Federal employees, except for an expected small number of exceptions, must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by Nov. 22. The National Federation of Federal Employees is responding to the White House mandate.
Experts at an Aspen Institute event explained some roadblocks to cultivating a diverse cybersecurity workforce and offered potential solutions, including putting less reliance on formal certification.
Each year, the IRS must take extraordinary measures to fund IT," IRS Commissioner Charles Rettig explained in an August letter to three senators ...
On Sept. 11, 2001, the nation and the world awoke to the horror of the United States under attack. In the ensuing days, as rescue efforts turned to recovery missions, the country counted nearly 3,000 people killed in the attacks that day, many in the employ of the U.S. government. Now, 20 years later, feds—and their federal employee union and military advocacy org leaders—remember the fallen and honor the tremendous work of rescue, recovery, tough service abroad and long-term security travails that followed.