IT Modernization

Thousands of US Telecom Workers Needed to Deploy Broadband, Watchdog Says

The Government Accountability Office found “mixed evidence” that there is a shortage of skilled workers needed to carry out broadband deployment efforts.

Policy

White House Announces $1.2B Effort to Improve Access to STEMM Education

The large-scale partnership will work to build a stronger American science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine education system.

News

'It's a Great Time' for Laid off Tech Workers to Take a Job at VA, Agency CIO Says

During a media call on Friday, the VA’s CIO and CTO discussed the department’s efforts to attract new talent amid thousands of layoffs across the tech sector.

CXO Briefing

Democrats Threaten Year-Long Stopgap Measure as Spending Talks Remain at a Standstill

Lawmakers concede a long-term CR would devastate agencies, though a bipartisan breakthrough to avoid a shutdown has proven elusive.

CXO Briefing

These Are the Agencies that Saw the Biggest Losses in Employee Satisfaction in 2022, and the Few that Saw Gains

Only 10 agencies with at least 100 employees saw improvements to their job satisfaction score in the annual Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey, and no agencies with at least 10,000 workers gained ground.

News

VA Has a Plan to Attract Workers Displaced by Widespread Tech Industry Layoffs

Amid a recent wave of layoffs across the technology sector, the VA is working to position itself as an enticing destination for unemployed tech workers.

Emerging Tech

Good AI Starts With a Trained Workforce, Government Experts Say

A group of federal technologists and data experts explained that data management and government AI efforts hinge on employee initiatives.

Emerging Tech

AI’s Value to Organizations Parallels Value to Individuals, Report Finds

Personal benefit from AI was also linked to greater job satisfaction, according to the MIT Sloan Management Review and Boston Consulting Group report.

Cybersecurity

OPM's Ahuja Gets an Earful From Agencies Over Enhanced Pay for Cyber Talent

The Director of the Office of Personnel Management is navigating the intense competition among federal agencies for in-demand cybersecurity workers.

Cybersecurity

NDAA Amendment Would Establish Veteran-Focused Cyber Training Program

A provision included in House and Senate legislation authorizing Defense Department spending for fiscal year 2023 would allow veterans and military spouses to receive cyber training “at no cost.”

IT Modernization

Cloud Training for All is Critical to Migration Efforts, Experts Say

Panelists at an ATARC conference highlighted the importance of workers, not just technologists understanding the cloud to enhance its efforts.

Cybersecurity

Global Cyber Workforce Needs 3.4 Million Professionals to Fill Gaps, Study Finds

The survey also found that government cyber workers reported the least confidence in their ability to mitigate security threats over the next couple years “based on their current staff and tools.”

Emerging Tech

Emerging Tech Training Gets a $30M Boost from NSF

The National Science Foundation’s new program, ExLENT, will help individuals gain work experience in emerging technologies through internships and other real-world experiences.

Cybersecurity

Cyber Talent Still in High Demand

In the last 12 months, more than 769,000 cyber job postings went up in the United States.

Emerging Tech

Government’s Role is to ‘Seed the Field’ of Semiconductor Workforce, Experts Say

A panel discussed how government, industry and academia are each uniquely positioned to contribute to the semiconductor industry and how they can work together to fill in the gaps.

Emerging Tech

Defense Department Looks to Update AI Workforce Contract

According to the request for information, the DOD sees potential improvement in how it supplements its workforce with industry experts.

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