Why do some public service organizations struggle with modernization? A 10-year government employee shares her insights as a twenty-something.
Remote work is no longer a temporary work arrangement. It requires a new mindset and clear policies to support the shift long term.
As employees settle into long-term remote work, some may struggle. HR leaders at every level need engaging, supportive ways to manage and develop their geographically dispersed talent.
Transition takes time to ease from old processes to new ones. Here are some ways I am preparing as someone who will be departing an administration.
Individual development plans allow us to assess what we’d like to achieve and improve. Here’s how to create an effective one.
The national spotlight on personal security (PerSec) breaches and vulnerabilities isn’t likely to dim anytime soon. Using a case management solution that maps its workflows to federal and agency-specific guidelines maximizes efficiency.
Even if legacy systems still do the job, modern systems offer so much more. Think about the difference between an old flip phone and a new smartphone.
For better or worse, our bosses aren’t going to be around forever. Here are some tips for what to do when your boss leaves.
Sustainability is usually discussed as a personal choice. How about bringing it to the workplace? How can you promote a sustainable workplace environment?
U.S. Digital Service (USDS) and the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) have partnered to test hiring pilots. So far, agencies have positive feedback.