Applications open for second Federal Cyber Reskilling Academy cohort
Applications for the popular program are open now through May 15.
White House wants federal AI investments coordinated with upcoming guidance
The Trump administration has two documents coming soon: One on R&D for artificial intelligence and another on helping private-sector AI innovation.
Federal Cyber Reskilling Academy begins with plans to expand
The first cohort was expanded by five virtual training slots, a "good alternative" for future classes, said a senior official.
Homeland Security looks to grow talent in cloud, zero-trust
Software-defined networking is another area where the department is looking to recruit and retool its workforce.
IT modernization is a $2B top priority for IRS
Underscoring the need to modernize IRS's IT is also a critical need to hire tech and cybersecurity specialists.
Report: Government can’t quantify automation’s effect on the workforce, yet
The Department of Labor needs new data collection methods tracking the issue, according to the Government Accountability Office.
11 federal agencies help start Cybersecurity Talent Initiative
The public-private partnership will aggressively target more than 300,000 cybersecurity vacancies that exist between the public and private sectors, according to its founders.
OPM finalizes IT direct-hire authority without changes
It looks exactly like the draft regulation that the personnel agency proposed last October.
NSF wants you to build an app to help reskill federal workers
It's part of the Career Compass challenge: a competition to crowdsource ideas for technology solutions that will help federal workers plan for the changing nature of work.
Weichert: IT direct-hire authority is almost here
The final regulations for IT direct-hire authority will be published on the Federal Register in a matter of days.