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Improving Human Resources Processes with Automation

November 10, 2020 9:00 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

For over 30 years Economic Systems (EconSys) has been developing automated state of the art products for federal Human Resources (HR) offices. With the experience of our staff subject matter experts and input from our customers, we have developed an entire range of products that support a federal employee’s career lifecycle (from “hire-to-retire”) for every division within an HR office, on a single platform.

FedHR Navigator Moves to AWS

October 21, 2020 3:58 am Published by Leave your thoughts

On Tuesday, October 13th, EconSys completed the migration of FedHR Navigator to AWS. The move to the AWS environment required a data migration of all databases, documents, and files from the previous environment.

How to get your IT company approved by FedRAMP: insights from the experts

September 25, 2020 1:35 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

FedRAMP — short for the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program — was created in 2011, to implement standardization for cloud services used by federal agencies. It's built on the back of FISMA, legislation passed in 2002, to ensure that federal agencies are meeting a regulated minimum when it comes to IT security. In other words, FedRAMP exists to regulate which cloud services agencies can and can't use.

Challenges government employees with disabilities face in the pandemic

September 3, 2020 1:12 am Published by Leave your thoughts

It’s difficult to sum up the challenges that people with disabilities face when looking for employment. They are many, and they are complex. The solution is equally intricate — unfortunately, it requires much more than a simple change of attitude, although that’s a good place for organizations to start. Changing policy frameworks, building support networks, and increased awareness are all needed to tackle the raft of challenges disabled people face in finding (and keeping) employment. Especially today, when the impact of COVID-19 has left disabled workers at an even greater disadvantage than before.