This article outlines that a New York Times article “More College Graduates Take Public Service Jobs” contained great short-term news for the government. More recent college graduates are seeking out public service jobs.
In this article the write states that military and civilian human resources professionals are in Arlington today to learn about how technology can help them make the most out of their shrinking resources.
This article is about the Government Business Council, Government Executive Media Group’s research division, recently released study exploring the mobility and flexibility of workforces at government agencies.
This article describes that as government reliance on IT explodes, security clearance jobs sit unclaimed and agencies face new initiatives to hire veterans and diversity candidates, finding qualified candidates for specific jobs has become tougher.
This article states that many agencies have made huge strides in reducing the time to hire over the past year – a key goal of the directives that President Obama laid out in order to compete with the private sector for the best talent.
This article starts by mentioning that President Obama signed a new law last week that aims to hire more federal interns into permanent jobs, another effort by the administration to revamp government hiring.