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A lack of empathy training or awareness can lead to a breakdown in communication and can make the difference between a positive and negative encounter.
Reacting is what IT managers did in March. Now, they are taking a step back to reassess the planning element with the benefit of recent lessons learned.
Federal workers rely on their agency IG to respond to reported cases of fraud, waste and abuse. They are thus key to our system of checks and balances.
Why does everyone have to move up constantly? What is wrong with staying in a place where you’re happy, and doing good work every day?
Agencies are running with the wrenches thrown at them by modernizing how they recruit and hire talent during the pandemic.
A commitment to social justice starts with an organization’s internal policies and practices.
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U.S. Digital Service (USDS) and the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) have partnered to test hiring pilots. So far, agencies have positive feedback.