State Department saw ‘significant’ IT staffing reductions during federal hiring freeze

Civil service staffing for IT positions declined 6.3% through May 2018, according to an Office of Inspector General report.

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Response to the Foundations for Evidence-Based Policymaking Act deadline is a mixed bag.

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The new process will offer market-sensitive pay across the board and enable the department to make job offers more quickly, such as at tech conferences.

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The nominee said during a Senate confirmation hearing that he plans to continue his work promoting the U.S. as the world's leader in innovation.

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The simulation also included officials from throughout the U.S. government and from allied partners to emphasize stronger coordination.

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OMB recently published a memo with deadlines, qualification requirements and more.

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Streamlined Critical Pay gives the IRS the authority to quickly hire up to 40 people at a time, and pay higher base salaries to these hires.

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The memo gives agencies the go-ahead to add the parenthetical (Data Scientist) next to the official title for a variety of job listings.

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Attention-grabbing guests like Kim Kardashian West were the focus last week when President Trump announced his “second chance hiring” initiative for former prison inmates, but now government agencies are getting in on the action. The government’s official federal hiring platform, USAJobs.gov, is preparing for its role in an initiative that is otherwise focused primarily on encouraging private sector companies

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The latest versions of the fiscal 2020 National Defense Authorization Act would aim to upgrade the Department of Defense’s IT workforce by adding a new high-level position for digital recruitment. Provisions in both the House and Senate versions would make retaining a digitally capable workforce a priority. The new position included in the Senate legislation would

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It’s been about a year since the debut of the President’s Management Agenda, and much still remains to be done, says the White House’s Margaret Weichert, especially on the topic of workforce transformation. The PMA’s workforce pillar is “where we have the most work still to do,” Weichert said at FedTalks on Wednesday. “Many of our technology projects get stuck on

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