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Career coach Kathryn Troutman of the Resume Place discusses the current federal hiring outlook and how to land a federal job.
March 25, 2011
Talented cybersecurity professionals are in high demand - so much so that now many organizations are worried their most talented employees might be poached by rivals.
While money is still flowing into agencies, the Partnership for Public Service says continuing resolutions hurt agencies' financial planning and ability to hire, among other things. PPS's John Palguta explains.
The 2010 annual performance report found that agencies have cut their average hiring time to 105 days, down from 122 days a year a ago.
The Office of Personnel Management lays out initiatives it has taken to assist agencies in their hiring process.
Chad Grant, policy analyst at the NASCIO, is the author of a report detailing the struggles of states to hire IT professionals.
OPM and the Partnership for Public Service are offering a series of hiring workshops. Agencies still have work to do to implement the President's hiring reform mandate.
SANS Institute's Alan Paller explains the findings of a report on cyber expert hiring.
The Project on National Security Reform studied the human capital program for national security personnel - and found that it doesn't exist. The report's primary finding was that national security teams function in silos within each agency rather than collaborating across all agencies and levels of government.
Part of "The Need for the Next Generation" special report, NASA's Toni Dawsey explains how the space agency revamped its onboarding program for new hires.