Penn State joins initiative to hire more diverse STEM faculty
Ultimately, the initiative will increase career opportunities in STEM fields for underrepresented groups, as well as improve student success.
The Navy seeks to integrate all telework capabilities in long-term solution
The Navy is thinking big on its future telework suite, using more time to develop a broader set of tools that will be more integrated.
U. Houston partnered with Microsoft to build STEM career pipeline
A new partnership is hoped to educate students and professionals in Texas to prepare them for new career opportunities in technology fields.
Army piloting new talent management pipelines to guarantee career paths
The Army wants to retain its talented officers. So it's letting them have more predictability in their careers to keep them in uniform.
DHS is rebalancing cyber support contracts
The Department of Homeland Security wants to ensure its workforce has the skills needed to respond to evolving threats.
State workers more engaged with security since pandemic, CISOs say
"We have a heightened awareness of how important security is," Colorado CISO Deborah Blyth said during an online event about post-pandemic IT.
Air Force continues push on virtual training with new contracts
The Air Force wants to train more pilots virtually, leaders have said. They anticipate more virtual training to be safer and more effective for young pilots.
Washington CIO says many probably won't return to office
During a CISA online summit, Washington state CIO Jim Weaver said 98% of his employees "love remote work or are fine with it."
As Air Force’s Digital U grows its ranks, it looks to refine course work
3,000 airmen have signed up, from the lowest-ranking officers to a two star general.