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Oversight News

Myth vs. fact: Are feds likelier to die than be fired?

John Palguta of the Partnership for Public Service dispels the myth that feds have a better chance of dying than being fired from their workplace and gives data to support why recent reports are not entirely accurate.

Tuesday - 07/26/2011, 10:40am EDT

Dodd-Frank Act shifts thrifts regulator to new office

A Dodd-Frank provision moving the Office of Thrift Supervision under the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency leadership has changed little in the way of operations, according to Tim Ward, deputy comptroller of thrift supervision at OCC.

Tuesday - 07/26/2011, 09:20am EDT

Katie Rush: Proving yourself as a young fed

Katie Rush is the special assistant to the director at the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, part of the National Institutes of Health.

Monday - 07/25/2011, 06:00am EDT

Scott Thomas: Asking 'why' to bureacracy

Scott Thomas is a project manager for the GPS Directorate at the Space and Missile Center at the Los Angeles Air Force Base.

Monday - 07/25/2011, 06:00am EDT

Practical tips for engaging young feds

The multi-generational workforce - with its differences in work styles, job expectations and technology use - requires federal managers to rethink their relationships with their employees.

Monday - 07/25/2011, 06:00am EDT

SSA budget forces overtime cuts

The Social Security Administration will close its field offices 30 minutes early, in an effort to save money on overtime.

Friday - 07/22/2011, 04:16pm EDT

How to spot - and keep - future agency leaders

Tim McManus, vice president of the Partnership for Public Service, joined In Depth with Francis Rose to discuss leadership development at federal agencies. He told Federal News Radio how to look for, develop and keep potential leaders.

Friday - 07/22/2011, 03:24pm EDT

Data center consolidation ahead of schedule

Agencies have stepped up the pace of their data center consolidation efforts, leading to predicted data center closures numbering well above what the Office of Management and Budget predicted earlier this year.

Thursday - 07/21/2011, 06:47am EDT

GSA, EPA to green government using IT schedules

Wednesday - 07/20/2011, 05:06pm EDT

Financial agency faces challenges as it opens shop

Government Executive Editor-in-Chief Tom Shoop joined In Depth with Francis Rose to discuss the official opening of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Earlier this week, former Ohio Attorney Gen. Richard Cordray was named the new head of the agency.

Tuesday - 07/19/2011, 05:32pm EDT

Managing through the debt ceiling debate

How can you keep your employees from pulling out their hair during the debt debate? Advice from John Palguta, vice president for policy at the Partnership for Public Service.

Tuesday - 07/19/2011, 09:41am EDT

FPS ramps up reform efforts, again

Eric Patterson, director of the Federal Protective Service, said at a recent hearing that reworking the agency's current reform programs will help to improve past issues of training, communication and security.

Monday - 07/18/2011, 01:23pm EDT

GAO tracking workers' compensation fraud

If you've seen evidence of workers' compensation fraud, the Government Accountability Office wants to know about it. Greg Kutz, director of GAO's Forensic Audits and Investigative Service on the effort.

Monday - 07/18/2011, 10:41am EDT

How many people work for government?

Learn more about how many people are working for the government, and how many aren't from Christopher Goodman, an economist with the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Monday - 07/18/2011, 10:31am EDT

White House expands regulatory overhaul effort

It's time to drain away unneeded federal regulations. Cass Sunstein, the administrator of the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs, told Federal News Radio when to expect final plans from executive agencies and how independent regulatory agencies are now getting in on the review process.

Friday - 07/15/2011, 09:31am EDT

OMB in search of more money saving ideas

The White House today launched the 2011 version of the SAVE award. Employees can submit ideas starting through July 29. Over the past two years, feds offered more than 56,000 potential money-saving ideas.

Thursday - 07/14/2011, 06:47pm EDT

Diversity hiring keeps agencies productive

The ACT-IAC working group's latest report shows that diversity in agencies is directly linked to success. Dr. Susan Krup Grunin is the Consulting Director for Strategic Human Capital Management at RGS and co-authored the report.

Monday - 07/11/2011, 05:59pm EDT

Want to keep good talent? Hire good managers

Federal Managers are constantly striving to develop the best hiring and retention strategies. We hear some best practices from Jon Desenberg of the Performance Institute live at the Excellence in Government Conference.

Monday - 07/11/2011, 11:06am EDT

Calls for Senate-confirmed cyber official revived

House lawmakers want to add the requirement for a White House official to oversee cybersecurty policy and budget across civilian agencies. Rep. Langevin said the current set up with DHS in charge of civilian networks isn't good enough. Members also want more attention paid to the security of the supply chain.

Monday - 07/11/2011, 08:06am EDT

Analysis: Hiring times down, but still not fast enough

The time it takes to hire a new federal employee has dropped significantly in the past year. From roughly 180 days to just over 100.

Friday - 07/08/2011, 06:30pm EDT
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