Administrator Criswell taking ‘deep dive’ analysis for FEMA’s future staffing model
FEMA looks to add more support for its reservist workforce, as the agency faces staffing shortages and disasters become increasingly frequent.
There are a lot of reasons behind maintenance delays in the Navy’s shipyards. But one, only recently uncovered, is that most of the supplies artisans need to do their jobs aren’t on hand when the work starts.
June is Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Awareness Month. And according to our next guest managing the risk factors stemming from military-connected PTSD, it isn’t just a job for the defense department or the V.A. Sometimes, it takes a village
Customer service is top of agencies’ minds right now, with the recent executive order from President Joe Biden focusing on improving experience and equity of public-facing services through modernized programs and technologies that provide a simple, seamless customer experience.
At least some members of Congress are pushing for telework to become a big and permanent feature of federal employment. The latest gambit is a bill that requires agencies to gather statistics about telework and prevent them from restricting it. It’s called the Telework Metrics and Cost Savings Act.
The Department of Veterans Affairs will postpone the rollout of its new Electronic Health Record at four sites until next year, following several reports raising significant concerns about the system’s reliability.
When a civil war broke out in Ethiopia back in 2020, my next guest worked overtime to ensure humanitarian aid got to those who are desperate for it, and to try and mitigate some of the human rights abuses. Now, he’s a finalist in this year’s Service to America Medals program. He’s the director of the office of East African affairs at the U.S. Agency for International Development.