In federal contracting, a post-award orientation is commonly called a “kick-off” and is an important way to ensure that contractors perform the work they should.
A federal management directive (MD-715) will help agencies create effective equal employment opportunities. Here are four ways it will reshape how organizations approach diversity and inclusion.
It can be difficult to maintain an office culture with hybrid and remote work arrangements. Here are practical pointers for building communications that strengthen agency culture in an out-of-office environment.
By focusing on the top 10 predictors of federal employee job satisfaction, federal managers can establish and maintain a fulfilled and well-performing workforce.
Guided by insights from “Team of Teams,” a book by Stanley McChrystal, one HHS Operations Leadership team has transcended individual roles and embraced a collective sense of purpose.
Pickleball has sparked controversy in communities around the country — and is a metaphor for why, and how, government should listen to constituents.
Rebuilding a professional reputation and brand is a gradual process requiring consistent effort and a genuine desire for improvement.
Technologies like AI change how we work, providing a new depth of data and information. But more than staying abreast of technology, professional development should also encompass traditional “soft” skills to help you grow in your career.
With government organizations, impacts from budgetary constraints, a noticeable decline in tax revenues or higher expenditures could indicate possible layoffs or shutdowns. Keep an eye on discussions around budget cuts or financial challenges.
Granicus’ 2023 Digital Government Award winners demonstrate government’s commitment to serving and engaging citizens.