Tag Archives: talent management

Intelligent Waves Names Heidi Pirela CHRO to Lead HR Department; Tony Crescenzo Quoted

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Intelligent Waves has appointed Heidi Pirela as chief human resources officer to lead the company’s Human Resources (HR) function, including organization development, integrated talent management, leadership development and culture, the company announced on Wednesday

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Navy Rolls Out New Talent Management System

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The U.S. Navy has launched a new tool designed to facilitate the flow and access of workforce information, such as those about sailors and work opportunities across the service branch, Federal News Network reported Wednesday. The service branch activated the MyNavy Assignment system in December as a replacement to the Career Management System-Interactive Detailing.

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Army National Guard Rolls Out New Pay and Personnel Action Tracking System

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The Army National Guard has completed the launch of a personnel system designed to help soldiers track their salary, benefits and other personnel actions through their mobile phones, Federal News Network reported Thursday. More than 330K members of the Army National Guard can now use the Integrated Personnel and Pay System-Army, which can store human resources data and talent management information in digital format.

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Mark Esper Offers Updates on Army Futures Command

Army Secretary Mark Esper told Federal News Network in an interview published Wednesday about the service’s current efforts and Army Futures Command. “If you look at our budget you will see a dramatic shift in the budget we put forward just to make sure we were consistent with the National Defense Strategy,” Esper said.

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Lt. Gen. James McConville: Army Eyes Integrated Personnel and Pay System

Lt. Gen. James McConville, the U.S. Army‘s deputy chief of staff, has said the service branch plans to update its personnel management system in an effort to gain knowledge on the behaviors and skills of active-duty and reserve troops. He said in an interview published Monday that the branch seeks an integrated personnel and pay system …

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Army Reserve, Carnegie Mellon University Establish Database to Support Cyber Talent Identification

The U.S. Army Reserve and Carnegie Mellon University have developed a database designed to support cyber talent identification tasks of the reserve unit and help track skills soldiers develop in civilian jobs. The Army said Friday its reserve component has discussed plans with the Army Cyber Command on the potential adaptation of the Cyber Warrior …

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Jeffery Anoka: Energy Dept to Establish Talent Mgmt Office

The Energy Department plans to establish a talent management office to oversee DOE’s workforce development and recruitment efforts, Federal News Radio reported Thursday. David Thornton writes that DOE discovered gaps in workforce planning during a study that sought to determine how much money was spent on recruitment and training programs at the department. Jeffery Anoka, DOE director …

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Lt. Gen. Michael Williamson: Army Acquisition Reform Focuses on Modernization

Lt. Gen. Michael Williamson, principal military deputy to the U.S. Army acquisitions chief, has said that a “whole government” approach and an increased decision-making authority for the services will help efforts to reform defense acquisition. He told Defense News reporter Jen Judson in an interview published Tuesday that acquisition reform plans should focus on …

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