Diversity and inclusion touch every part of federal service, starting with how people get into positions and continuing to how they’re trained for success.
In a workforce shaped by emerging technology, workers are going to be tapped for their ability to adapt to different technology and ask questions.
Engaged workers are better workers. This correlation seems to make sense, but there has been less attention given to its applicability in the public sector.
Across vast geographies and with the scope of millions of people, DoD needs to individually serve each warfighter.
How exactly can an agency secure data with an emphasis on identity and access management? A panel at IBM’s ThinkGov centered on this question.
This year’s NextGen Training Summit will feature workshops to facilitate in-depth learning experiences.
“Becoming an Effective Public Speaker” was an online training hosted by GovLoop to help you transform your public speaking skills to connect with any audience.
How can we develop public service leaders, and what are some constraints that limit an agency’s ability to offer leadership programs?
How can governments optimize their digital transformation initiatives? A leader at the State Department answered this question.
GSA is no stranger to streamlining IT processes. Prior to the passage of FITARA, GSA had already consolidated all IT functions into one organization, known now as GSA IT.