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Jeff Neal Urges Organization’s to Update Their Outlook on Senior Executive Service

The SES workforce is among the many positions federal government must reform if it hopes to attain a savvy workforce. But the SES force should sit atop the agenda because if government wants to recruit the best talent they should already have it at the top.
 
 
 
 

‘Do or Do not. There is no try.’ And more from AFFIRM’s Monthly Speaker Series

One of AFFIRM’s monthly panels looked at successful IT projects in government, the challenges faced, and the factors that contributed to their success, all with their unique visions in their agencies.
 
 
 
 

Agency Leaders Protected Teleworkers Who Lied About Their Hours – Plus the 7 Gov Stories

Employees of the Patent and Trademark Office, who’ve long enjoyed status working for one of the top agencies for telecommuting, awoke on Monday to a Washington Post exclusive that casts a shadow over some 4,000 patent examiners who work from home. Plus the seven government stories you need to know.
 
 
 
 

8 Books You Need to Read This Summer

In a few short weeks kids will be back to school. So in order to help you get back into the knowledge cycle, Tom Fox from the Partnership for Public Service has eight books you need to read.
 
 
 
 

The Most and Least Sustainable Agencies in Government – Plus the 7 Gov Stories

One of Obama’s earliest executive orders raised the bar for agencies to cut the amount of greenhouse gases they produce and adopt technologies and materials to make federal buildings greener. Find out who went green? Plus the seven government stories you need to know.
 
 
 
 
 
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8/22/2014

The SES workforce is among the many positions federal government must reform if it hopes to attain a savvy workforce. But the SES force should sit atop the agenda because if government wants to recruit the best talent they should already have it at the top.