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Former FAA human resources assistant administrator Ventris Gibson said hiring reforms over the last two years have made the process better, but there still is room for improvement.
"Change" has been the mantra of John Berry, the director of the Office of Personnel Management. Yesterday, he shared his latest thoughts on how he plans to implement change with the Federal Managers Association.
The Office of Personnel Management says a revamped USAjobs.gov website is an important key to reforming the Federal hiring practice. OPM officials relaunched the site yesterday, with a simpler home page, a number of features borrowed from social networking sites like Facebook and MySpace, and a promise to make it easier for those who want to work for the federal government.
Applying for a federal job without the dreaded KSA? That's the future envisioned by OPM.
Hiring reforms announced last year are working. John Palguta tells Federal News Radio the changes are more successful than many people realize.
It's supposed to be a new day for federal hiring, but is it? We ask John Palguta with the Partnership for Public Service.
President Obama has mandated that federal government service be "cool" again. In an effort to comply, OPM director John Berry says he's going to try to find room for cutting edge technology in the federal workplace. Even if it means going into the depths of the basement of the OPM Building at 19th and E Streets NW.
There are no KSAs in Canada. That's one of the differences between our HR systems, but there are some striking similarities as well. The President of the Public Service Commission in Canada, Maria Barrados, explains.
The Federal Managers Association has elected longtime member and Association Chapter President Patricia Niehaus to the position of FMA National President. We talk with her about what's ahead.