One of the key principles of design is positive ambiguity. Learn how it can be an enabler of government innovation.
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There is quite a bit of innovation occurring across the government, but it’s difficult to know who is doing what where. Join us as we collectively co-design opportunities to concretely share and connect with innovators across the government.
GovLoop spoke with representatives from TSA and OPM to learn how federal agencies have prioritized and improved customer experience.
Three main takeaways from the first-of-its-kind government job fair held in Silver Spring on Nov. 6.
The first-of-its-kind hiring fair brought together more than 1,800 job seekers from 40 states, and hiring managers from 33 federal agencies. The ultimate goal is to fill 500 IT and cybersecurity positions governmentwide.
The common perception is that, as a group, federal managers tend to be risk-averse. However, new research based on data from the annual federal employee viewpoint survey concludes that the answer is: it depends.
OPM has yet to receive any agency requests since the administration detailed its plan for reforming the federal government in April. But the agency is taking steps to streamline and speed the approval process for VERA/VSIP authority.
In an April 12 memo marking the end of the hiring freeze, the White House laid out a “comprehensive plan for reforming the federal government and reducing the civilian workforce.” Here’s what federal employees need to know.
It’s starting to get to that time where reflection of the past year becomes a daily habit. We think about what went well, the mistakes we made, and what we could do better in the next year. And while there were a lot of downfalls this last year, there were also a lot of improvements… Read more »
According to the Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey, 65 percent of employees said they are engaged at their workplace, compared with 64 percent last year. Even the Department of Homeland Security saw improved engagement scores after six straight years on the decline.