What does the new executive order mean for federal hiring and what pros and cons should be considered? We break all that down and more.
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OPM’s reorganization continued Thursday when a legislative plan submitted to Congress detailed steps for the long-promised dissolution of the standalone office.
A new cyber executive order signed by President Donald Trump on Thursday makes clear that the heads of government agencies will be held accountable for managing security risks across their organizations.
When Trump was elected president, I wrote my 5 thoughts on the presidency for government employees. I thought I’d do the same with this Executive Order – so here are my nine ideas for agencies to potentially include in their plans.
On Monday, President Trump issued an executive order immediately freezing federal hiring with exemptions for military and public safety employees. Although many details are still unknown, here are four strategies to keep your agency on track during the freeze.
A discussion about the resurgence of the SES and how govies can better prepare themselves for these senior positions.
If you’re still not feeling the Christmas spirit yet, maybe President Obama’s decision to give feds half-day off on Christmas Eve will get you in the mood. The president issued an executive order Friday afternoon announcing that all executive branch departments and agencies will close early Dec. 24, and employees will be excused from their duties forRead… Read more »
I would love to have a megaphone that goes straight to President Obama’s ear, and have him deal with my problem. We all have problems, and maybe some of them are ones that we desperately need solved. However, unless Obama decides to G+ chat with you, they may go unnoticed. I can think of somethingRead… Read more »
With the results for the 2011 PMF program being released any day now, I thought this would be a good opportunity to start this discussion… When I attended the “PMF and Pathways Programs: Reinventing the Old and Implementing the New” discussion at NAPA’s headquarters a few weeks ago, this is how they introduced the session:Read… Read more »