Training


Cyber Storm II gets started

Although DHS' weeklong cyber war game focuses on response, one official says the relationships formed will also benefit prevention and preparedness efforts.

Letter: Feds spend more time training than working

I swear that between training, conferences, meeting and their generous vacation, federal employees are present for their actual jobs about 50 percent of the year max.

Partnership for Public Service creates leadership institute for innovation

The institute will teach midlevel career federal employees new approaches to basic supervisory and management responsibilities.

Letter: Source in Lean Six Sigma story has no experience

You should have used sources that knew what they were talking about because most of your facts and nomenclature are way off reality.

Stolen VA laptop caught in safety net

Department’s mobile data security policies and practices prevented information breach.

DOD rallies around Lean Six Sigma

The methodology has become the Defense Department's "tool of choice" for business transformation.

Editorial: The collaboration era

The real power of information comes when it is shared.

In search of contracting officers

Coalition initiative targets college students to relieve strain on acquisition workforce.

Officials seek information on departing employees

Institute wants to discover why acquisition employees change jobs.

OPM offers cultural training online

A new course on GoLearn.gov focuses on American Indian tribes, including their governments and historical facts.

Memo: USDA prepared for CIO, CFO vacancies

CIO/CFO Charles Christopherson Jr. said the agency has plans to replace several employees who recently resigned or retired.

Stay professional on Facebook, career coach advises

Unprofessional Facebook profiles--and backstabbing--are career blunders to be avoided, an executive coach tells Young Government Leaders.

Who's Fed 100-worthy?

Nominations are now open for the 2015 Federal 100 awards. Get the details and submit your picks!