'It's Not Just Club Fed': A Day Inside One Facility in the Strained Federal Prisons System

A visit to a Bureau of Prisons facility in Maryland showed some of the challenges the agency is facing as a new director tackles reforms.

Acting National Cyber Director Offers New Details on Upcoming Cyber Workforce Strategy

The forthcoming plan is meant to accompany an overarching cyber strategy released last week that industry groups and cybersecurity experts said would be challenging to implement given the nation’s cyber workforce woes. 

Air Force Must ‘Reintroduce’ Itself to America, Recruiting Service Commander Says

Maj. Gen. Ed Thomas says “declining familiarity with who we are” is partly to blame for recruiting problems.

‘It’s Glacial’: One Agency Is Still Struggling to Overcome the ‘Assault’ on Its Workforce

Biden promised to revive a "hollowed out" federal workforce, but one agency is struggling to realize that promise.

Remote Work is 'Good For The Workplace and The Hunt For Talent'

ResumeBuilder.com's Stacie Haller joins the podcast to discuss a new survey about return-to-office policies.

Report: 39% Federal Leaders Rate Accessibility as a Top Priority

Budget constraints and old technology add challenges to fully realizing digital accessibility.

Biden Promised to Revive a ‘Hollowed Out’ Federal Workforce. Has He Delivered?

A look at where the administration has overcome Trump-era downsizing, and how it hopes to drag lagging agencies into meeting its agenda.

Skills Gaps Within OPM’s Own Workforce Could Make It Less Able to Help Others

The government’s human resources agency has outlined an ambitious agenda to make sure agencies are fully staffed, with the people who have the skills necessary for their jobs.

The Spoils System Still Threatens the Civil Service

Donald F. Kettl and Daniel Chenok join the podcast to discuss merit systems and modernization.

The Workforce Is Constantly Changing and HR Is, Too

Chief Human Capital Officers Jessica Palatka and Erin Moore join the podcast to discuss the changing nature of their jobs.

The Generational Shift Needs to Happen in the Federal Workforce

Anthony Fauci and Max Stier join the podcast to discuss hiring more young people into public service.

OPM’s Event to Attract Laid Off Tech Workers Was Popular, But Will It Yield Results?

Despite widespread interest in a recent recruitment event, clear data on the number of hires remains unavailable to assess the immediate success of such career fairs to fill currently available roles.

OPM Launches a New Web Portal for Federal Internships

The federal government’s HR agency describes the new section of USAJOBS as a “one-stop shop” for students seeking to explore a career in public service.

A Broken Civil Service System Could Break Government

Jeffrey Neal joins the podcast again to talk about the pace of change in modernizing the federal workforce.

VA Docs Are One Step Closer to Earning More than $400K Annually

A Senate committee advanced a sweeping compensation overhaul for VA health care workers that would create a more market-based pay system.