Those who are ‘data fluent’ will be future leaders of DOD, deputy CDO says
"Those who are fluent in using data will be the future leaders in our organization," said Clark Cully, DOD's deputy chief data officer.
More than two-thirds of federal employees teleworked during pandemic’s peak
Also: Despite the potential for disruptions, engagement across the government was up from 68% in 2019 to 72% last year.
DOD grapples with the future of its cyber workforce
"I think the divide between the need is growing compared to what we’re able to fulfill. I’m not sure we’re closing the gap, and time is ticking for us to do so," Lt. Gen. Dennis Crall, CIO of the Joint Staff, said during a hearing.
DDS 2.0: The Pentagon digital team’s journey from startup to full-fledged firefighter
The DDS of today is not the one it was when it started in 2015. Its current leaders explore the evolution of the team in recent years.
Vilsack looks to return USDA to more-liberal telework policy
Tom Vilsack said he's moving USDA back to a telework policy of allowing up to four days of remote work a week, which he rolled out in 2014 during his prior tenure.
OPM director: Skills-based hiring will be ‘particularly helpful’ for recruiting cyber talent
Michael Rigas said a recent executive order opens a major door for agencies to recruit and interview talented professionals who obtained their skills outside of school.