This article outlines that in a previous post on Fed UC, we discussed how the military could be utilizing video teleconferencing (VTC) solutions and other advanced Unified Communications (UC) technologies to train medical professionals and ensure that injured or infirm soldiers receive the best care possible.
This article describes that the Department of Veterans Affairs will lock employees out of its networks if they fail to take the required yearly cybersecurity and privacy training on time – 365 days after their last refresher course.
This article talks about the 2004 edition of Public Personnel Management focusing solely on one of the hottest issues facing the public sector human resource professionals: workforce and succession planning.
This article talks about the Obama administration�s call for improving government performance and that transparency is welcome encouragement to federal agencies that are trying to improve decades-old employee evaluation and pay practices.
This article talks about the first survey of the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) conducted in 1959-60 specifically designed to compare salaries of white-collar workers in private industry with the salaries established in the 15 Federal General Schedule (GS) grade levels that covered a large majority of Federal white-collar workers.