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Quite a number of insider threat incidents have happened because basic security principles were absent, overlooked or ignored. Why Jim Henderson says it's time we get back to the basics.
A career in the federal workforce might not be the coolest thing to kids. That's one finding from a new survey by the National Treasury Employees Union. It found only 37 percent of parents polled encourage their kids to go into government. Now, NTEU is starting a campaign to change that. President Colleen Kelley joined Tom Temin and Emily Kopp on the Federal Drive to discuss the new survey.
Got a coworker or employee whose fashion sense takes a strange turn during the warm summer months? Senior Correspondent Mike Causey wants to hear from you.
What secrets would you reveal to a perfect stranger? A love affair? The misdeeds of a crooked boss? Or, as Senior Correspondent Mike Causey wonders, would it be how long it really takes you to commute to work?
Federal News Radio's Causey Awards honor top achievers in federal human resources. It's named after our own Mike Causey, in tribute to his career spent reporting on issues that matter to the federal workforce. This year judges have selected four winners. One of them is Will Levy, associate director for management and chief information officer at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing. He joined Tom Temin and Emily Kopp on the Federal Drive to discuss how he tackled the problems with employee engagement at the bureau. View more about our 2014 Causey Award winners.
We all know getting from here to there, especially during rush hour, can be time consuming, says Senior Correspondent Mike Causey. Why lie about it?
2014 Causey Award Winner Will Levy helped the Bureau of Engraving and Printing improve its ranking on the 2013 Best Places to Work in the Federal Government survey.
Mika Cross received a 2014 Causey Award for raising the level of workforce issues at the Department of Agriculture.
Dr. Linda M. Jensen was honored with a 2014 Causey Award for shifting the culture at NASA Ames Research Center and improving its workforce capabilities.
As the former chief procurement officer at DHS, Nick Nayak led a governmentwide push to build a smarter acquisition workforce. He was named a 2014 Causey Award winner for his efforts.