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Building a Shared Services Marketplace

November 19, 2015 Novelist William Gibson once said, “The future is already here – it's just not evenly distributed.” This has been the state of shared services in the federal government during the past 15 years. Is that about to change? Given recent events, it certainly appears more possible than ever. At an...

The 12 Best Very Small Agencies to Work For in Government

March 20, 2013 There are a number of federal agencies with fewer than 100 employees, many of which are not widely known. But for their employees, their jobs and work environment are just as important as it is for those who spend their days serving the public at the huge departments like defense...

Why the NCUA is One of the Best Places to Work

February 28, 2013 Federal employee job satisfaction and commitment took a big hit in the 2012 Best Places to Work in the Federal Government ® rankings, dropping 3.2 points across the government. But there were some agencies that defied the odds, raising their job satisfaction scores at a time when so many others...

Why DOT Is One of the Best Places to Work

February 8, 2013 Across the federal government, agencies are facing budgetary constraints, increased demands for improved service and calls for greater efficiency. Central to meeting these challenges is having an engaged and committed workforce. The 2012 Best Places to Work in the Federal Government ® rankings produced by the Partnership for Public Service...

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