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6 Smart Ways Local and State Governments Can Help Individuals With Disabilities Gain Employment

Not enough people with disabilities have fair employment opportunities. Here are some proactive steps local and state governments can take to help.
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What Does FedRAMP Certification Entail? An Expert Breaks Down the Exact Steps

There are several phases for getting FedRAMP certification. Corey Clements of SecureIT breaks down exactly what each phase entails — and how you can boost your chances of successfully getting certified.
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How to get your IT company approved by FedRAMP: insights from the experts

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.
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Cybersecurity for Government Agencies: How FedRAMP Works

Maria Horton, CEO of EmeSec, explains FedRAMP and describes the certification and compliance process.
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Why workforce analytics is the key to making smart federal human capital decisions

Workforce planning is one of the most important factors for a federal agency’s success — it’s also one of the hardest to get right. Firstly, your workforce is constantly changing. The profile of your team — ages, backgrounds, experience levels, and number of people — is different each year, so your plan needs to adapt accordingly.
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Challenges government employees with disabilities face in the pandemic

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.
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Using technology to get an accurate workforce profile of your federal employees

Workforce planning is one of the most important and challenging aspects of optimizing your federal agency’s productivity. When done correctly, it can ensure that you are always complying with current regulations, that your results line up with your goals, and that there’s a balance between employees joining and leaving your agency.
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Virtual Onboarding and Virtual Separation for Federal Agencies

The onset of COVID-19 and its rapid spread has created challenges at a micro and macro level for the private sector and public sectors alike. Job growth has been stunted in many industries, but there are still needs federal agencies must meet. Right now, USAJobs has over 430 open positions – just to help with the COVID-19 emergency alone. So, with all of the new restrictions imposed by social distancing requirements and remote working environments, federal agencies are facing a completely new challenge.
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A Decrease in Claims Processed Leads to an Increase in the OPM Retirement Backlog in October

In the recent report detailing the retirement claims processed in the month of October, the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) announced the number of claims …
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