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Federal Workforce News and Analysis

News and analysis covering reforms in the government workforce and how federal agencies are adapting human capital around digital modernization. The implementation of new technologies has changed the way the U.S. government recruits and organizes its workforce, and has encouraged a newfound focus on drawing tech-minded talent from the private sector. This has included a focus on culture changes across major federal agencies as well, as leadership evaluates ways to make their most innovative departments more appealing to younger workers with experience in more informal private sector environments.
Federal agencies executing DEIA strategies in support of White House executive order 14035 reported improved morale and detailed plans to bolster workforce recruitment.
2023 will bring advancements across enterprise-wide initiatives such as the PACT Act, EHRM and more.
The agency is embracing new strategies to navigate an evolving talent, training and recruiting environment.
FDA published its Cybersecurity Modernization Plan, the fifth "MAP" in a years-long effort that began in 2019.
The service is introducing new Google workspaces amid widespread digital transformation strategies.
AI, zero trust and software modernization highlight an unclassified version of the Defense Department's defense strategy.
VA Secretary Denis McDonough provided updates on critical initiatives, including the PACT Act and VLM, at the NPC Headliners Luncheon.
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These principles can enable any organizations to develop a culture of innovation amid digital modernization efforts.
Army struggles to strengthen its workforce to meet its growing digital engineering needs
This National Hispanic Heritage Month, leaders from FDA and VA discuss how they are prioritizing diversity efforts.
Reducing technical debt, ensuring zero trust cybersecurity across all connected systems, and developing a strong data foundation will be critical for winning future conflicts.
Women face many barriers to STEM careers, but trailblazers like CYBERCOM's Col. Candice Frost have a plan to smash those barriers.
Denis McDonough discusses how VA will prepare for additional claims from the PACT Act after the bill is signed into law Wednesday.
The agency's deputy CIO, Dewaine Beard, talks new workforce initiatives to increase diversity and IT strategies to foster innovation.
The Navy and NSA believe collaborative public-private partnership and training will significantly boost overall cybersecurity posture.
The foundation’s new Technology, Innovation, and Partnerships Directorate is investing in innovation across America.
Our second Women Tech Leaders event highlighted agency priorities led by women and discussed ways for women to get involved in government.
Critics worry AI will exacerbate disparities, but some federal AI officials believe the technology can identify biases and promote equity and fairness.
It's critical to identify business use cases, sharpen data quality and governance, and work with end users to help improve AI adoption.