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Posted by on Jul 6, 2020

Free eBook: What You Need to Know About Evaluating Federal Candidates

Free eBook: What You Need to Know About Evaluating Federal Candidates

Whether you are new to federal recruiting or a seasoned HR professional, Top Interview Tips for Federal Recruiting can help you increase your effectiveness in selecting candidates who will be successful in their roles. Author Janice Jones brings over 30 years of experience in federal human resources operations and policy to important topics like: How […]

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Posted by on Jun 29, 2020

The Freedom Project and The Example It Sets

The Freedom Project and The Example It Sets

Most people don’t think of the birth of our nation as a project. But what we celebrate on July 4 (or 3, as the case may be) most certainly is. Creating the Declaration of Independence involved the coordination of diverse resources toward a specific goal, with a clear, unique outcome. What makes July 4 so […]

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Posted by on Jun 23, 2020

Data Snapshot: Interactive Tools at Census.gov

Data Snapshot: Interactive Tools at Census.gov

In the Data Snapshot series, we will provide snapshots of ways that federal government agencies use data to achieve their missions. In this snapshot, we are showcasing the amazing results of data-focused initiatives at the US Census Bureau. Mission ObjectiveThe Census Bureau uses information to gauge local and national development and determine the tools and […]

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Posted by on Jun 16, 2020

Is Agile Really Compatible with Government Projects and Programs?

Is Agile Really Compatible with Government Projects and Programs?

Is Agile Really Compatible with Government Projects and Programs? The answer is yes, if the conditions are just right. The trouble is that Agile was originally designed for software development, an environment where any change, pivot, or backstepping that may be required, would only impact labor costs and deadlines. Agile can be very useful in […]

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Posted by on Jun 11, 2020

Tips and Tricks for Staying Up-to-Date Efficiently

Tips and Tricks for Staying Up-to-Date Efficiently

Between day-to-day challenges, legislative developments, planning for programs and projects, there is a continuous need for federal employees to stay up to date on laws, directives, guidance, and best practices. How can you be sure that you have the knowledge you need? The first step is to identify potential resources, then evaluate their value, organize […]

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Posted by on Jun 2, 2020

NGMA Virtual Summit 2020 Recap

NGMA Virtual Summit 2020 Recap

The National Grants Management Association (NGMA) held its annual training conference, rescheduled from April and redubbed the Virtual Grants Training & Summit, on May 18-20, 2020, in an entirely virtual format, due to COVID19 restrictions. For longtime attendees of the conference, the new format was a refreshing change. Although we missed seeing our peers in […]

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