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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.
Data community asks OMB to remember data funding in fiscal 2022
Reissuing a national data strategy, launching a national secure data service and giving chief data officers $50 million also made the Data Coalition's open letter.
USDS pilot to hire data scientists at 10 agencies closed in less than 2 days
The agencies plan to use subject matter expert-led assessments to determine if applicants qualify for the positions.
White House pushes civilian agencies to use trustworthy AI in new executive order
The order borrows heavily from principles already established by the defense and intelligence communities, extending them to those outside the national security space.
AI Caucus could help generate support for much-needed legislation
Rep. Jerry McNerney believes educating Congress could pave the way for bills like his AI in Government Act of 2020.
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.
Where is the 2020 Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey?
In a letter to OPM's acting director, Rep. Gerry Connolly presses for answers on why the annual federal employee survey is missing in action.
White House prioritizes skills-based federal hiring in executive order
The order will allow agencies to vet "candidates using assessment methods that more directly determine whether job seekers possess the knowledge, skills and abilities to do the job they're applying for," said Michael Rigas.
OPM details its return from maximum telework in guide
Telework remains encouraged in phases 1 and 2 of facility reopenings.