The Space Force takes a holistic approach to fitness
The Space Force offers guardians an alternative to physical fitness tests with a new holistic health program.
The Bureau of Prisons must do simple things to makes itself a better place to work: Get to full staffing. Hire the right people. Update crumbling facilities. Sharpen the anti-recidivism problems. Easy to visualize, difficult to do. The Federal Drive with Tom Temin digs into the longstanding challenges that earned BOP the lowest score in the Partnership for Public Service's Best Places to Work in the Federal Government rankings.
After the White House called on agencies to increase “meaningful” in-person work at agency headquarter, federal leaders are considering how to balance, measure and track changes to hybrid work for their employees.
The Biden administration’s long-term goals to eliminate carbon emissions from federal buildings and vehicles remain unscathed, as part of a bipartisan deal to cut government spending in exchange for raising the debt ceiling.
Can agencies create CX that’s ‘simplistic, delightful and surprising’? Leaders from the USDA, Department of Education, Homeland Security Department and IRS think so and share the work underway in their agencies to make it easy to navigate government services — for the federal workforce and for the public. Sponsored by Verizon.
Recently, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) released a technical assistance document which laid out certain confines employers will need to operate in if they’re using artificial intelligence during the hiring process. There have already been a few cases where unintended discrimination affected some companies hiring initiatives.
The Federal Research Division (FRC), an office within the Library of Congress, is celebrating its 75th year in operation. During that time, it has provided much needed non-partisan, custom-tailored research to federal agencies and others involved in governmental operations.
VA Chief of Staff Tanya Bradsher, President Joe Biden’s nominee to serve as deputy VA secretary, told the Senate VA Committee on Wednesday that the VA will only resume go-lives of the Oracle-Cerner EHR “when it is fully ready,” and shows improvement at the five VA sites already using it.
Fending off a U.S. default, the Senate has given final approval to a debt ceiling and budget cuts package. It’s now on its way to President Joe Biden’s desk to become law before a fast-approaching deadline.