A few weeks ago, NGA.NET hosted an Executive Briefing in Canberra, Australia. The presentation by CEO Mike Giuffrida, entitled Talent Management – Embracing transformation in HR processes, was well-received by the attendees who represented various federal government departments. Mike addressed a key issue in HR departments today – the transformation of HR from a siloed… Read more »
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Business Intelligence is making headways into the federal hiring processes….and just in time.
Our new partnership with Lockheed Martin demonstrates an incredible opportunity not only for NGA.NET, but for federal agencies. As a quick recap, NGA.NET and Lockheed partnered on a cloud-hosted recruiting and hiring system for federal agencies. Known as StaffAcq360™, the information technology system allows organizations to quickly recruit and hire quality candidates while reducing associated… Read more »
I was recently in Australia and spoke with SkyNews, a leading Australian 24-hour news channel, about our recent success in America and our ability to compete with the large incumbents in the federal talent management space. As I mentioned on the program, NGA.NET has been well received in the U.S. and we are thriving. To… Read more »
In my last blog, I explained a little about how greater, strategic purpose can often get lost within a government agency if front-line workers struggle to keep up with daily demands. Management demands as well as requests from regulatory bodies, add to the HR challenges agencies often face. “Listen, Know, Touch and Show” is how… Read more »
By Bryan Hochstein Like private companies, government agencies often struggle to develop an organization-wide understanding of how day-to-day practices support greater, strategic goals. Imparting a grand mission statement is a noble thing, but it’s not particularly productive if it gets lost in translation to the rank and file because they’re buried under the daily grind…. Read more »
By now, you’re likely aware of the potential impact of sequestration: That, if put into play on March 1, the federal government will lose $85 billion in funding resources. It will result in a delay in investments for Department of Defense equipment and facilities; the elimination of hundreds of thousands of families from education/wellness programs… Read more »
In our last blog, we conveyed the rising sense of urgency within the public sector to reduce the time it takes to hire talent. Many positions are taking up to 180 days to fill. Now, the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) is strongly urging federal agencies to get that number of days down to 80…. Read more »
A 20-year cycle of large-scale government retirements has just begun. As indicated in our last blog, some 108,000 federal employees – close to 5 percent – will retire this year. This attrition will only continue to accelerate. To ensure optimal staffing, the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) has set an aspirational target for government recruiters to… Read more »