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The federal government in 2010 added more than 31,000 employees from minority groups, according to the Office of Personnel Management.
Larry Clifton, CACI's Senior Vice President of Recruiting, shares the do's and don'ts for great recruiting.
This is "going to be a great weekend to be an American," Lt. Col. John Klatt told Federal News Radio. We get the inside scoop about this weekend's air show at Andrews Air Force Base, including a really fast jet-truck.
The National Security Agency has launched two new digital communications efforts. Both are designed to educate prospective employees on career opportunities with NSA. We get details from NSA's Lori Weltman.
The federal government faces a growing number of workers eligible for retirement. At the same time, agencies are seeing its newest workers leaving in the largest numbers. What are agencies doing to bring in the next generation of federal workers?
Tighter promotion opportunities and stronger up-or-out rules may loom as the Army seeks to cut the force by tens of thousands of soldiers.
Take the poll - Tell us what you think is the biggest hurdle to recruiting and retaining young employees in the federal government.
GovInfoSecurity reports on a new application for smartphones designed to recruit cybersecurity professionals.
Attacks on federal employees can be seen as both a symptom and a consequence of fed bashing. The Partnership for Public Service's John Palguta explains.
The National Security Agency plans to hire 1000 cybersecurity professionals in the next year. NSA's Associate Director for Human Resources, Kathy Hutson, told us how they plan to do that.