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Gov’t Employees Consider Workforce Training, Development Critical to Federal IT Modernization

A recent study has revealed that, on average, roughly half of federal government employees consider workforce training and development to be the most critical element in achieving information technology modernization at their respective agencies. The study was conducted by the American Council for Technology-Industry Advisory Council in partnership with news organization MeriTalk.

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OPM Unveils 2016 Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey Results; Beth Cobert Comments

The Office of Personnel Management has released the results of an agency-level survey administered to 407,789 federal employees that represented 80 agencies on a data visualization dashboard called UnlockTalent.gov. OPM said Tuesday results of the 2016 Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey revealed employee engagement and global job satisfaction scores across the federal government and the …

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DHS Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey Score Up 3 Percentage Points in 2016

The Department of Homeland Security has recorded a 3-percentage point increase in an employee morale survey that involved responses from 408,000 employees across 80 agencies conducted from April through June, The Washington Post reported Tuesday. Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said the results of the Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey ended a six-year declining trend with a rise …

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NASA Awards Cash Prizes to Sample Return Robot Challenge Winning Teams

NASA has awarded individual $5,000 cash prizes to five teams that won Level 1 of its Sample Return Robot Challenge hosted by the Worcester Polytechnic Institute to help encourage citizen inventors develop new autonomous navigation and robotics technologies. The space agency said Tuesday Team AI, Alabama Astrorobotics, MAXed Out, Mind & Iron and Sirius have won the challenge …

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