Here are three ways agencies can close their workforces’ skills gaps using hiring, reskilling, upskilling and new-skilling.
Government is in competition for information security professionals. How do we attract and hire qualified infosec staff, as well as develop key skills?
Agencies can effectively adapt to remote work by updating their disaster recovery and continuity of operations plans (COOP).
Here are five tips for building a more resilient workforce at your agency using employee attitudes, behaviors and supports.
IT teams need to augment their traditional responsibilities with digital service delivery capabilities to better support their departments and agencies.
There are no characteristics more influential in a leader than kindness and strength. Lead with kindness to foster the most productive workforce.
Through SHOTs videos, IRS employees can brush up on a subject in about three minutes or less on average.
Hiring cybersecurity specialists is not for the faint of heart. For a better, near-term solution, team up with those private industry partners who already have the talent resources while developing expertise within as a longer goal.
Failing to address the widening tech skills gap is simply not an option. With this in mind, here are four initiatives that federal agencies should prioritize in the months ahead.
When you have enough talent, you can be confident about your agency’s capabilities. But most organizations don’t have enough. So, they need to augment their staff with the right tools and procedures.