Get the latest breakdown of several important types of grant programs agencies can pursue in addition to COVID-19 funding.
Just as you’ve perfected your remote office setup, your employer starts talking about bringing everyone back to the office. Let’s walk through your options.
A long-time public servant signs off after more than 40 years of federal service. Her lessons? Don’t hold back. Make the most of your experience in life.
A public servant offers reflections on 41-plus years of life in the federal workforce (and beyond).
To meet safety and compliance standards, state and local government agency leaders can implement some best practices before their employees return to the office.
You are worthy of every single career desire or goal you hold in your heart. Here are the last steps to realizing an intentional career.
Here are four steps for ensuring your audience hears a quality speech given on behalf of your agency, its employees and its mission.
You feel stressed. Emotionally drained. Unsettled. All of these reactions are normal given what is going on around us. But they still aren’t fun.
In order to meet the next set of deadlines, agencies must complete Action 4, which requires agencies to assess the coverage, quality, methods and effectiveness of current staff data literacy and data skills.
Commissioner Julie Corn, the director of the New York Onondaga County Department of Emergency Communications 911 Center, share four leadership lessons.