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Building and Executing a Competency Model for Federal HR

Competency modeling allows federal agencies to better identify and evaluate areas for improvement in their workforce. As defined by the Office of Personnel Management (OPM), competencies are a measurable pattern of knowledge, skills, abilities, behaviors, and other characteristics that someone needs to perform work roles or occupational functions successfully.

The Benefits of Integrating Federal HR Software into a Managed Service Model

Small- to mid-size organizations in the Federal Government frequently lack adequate resources to address recurring operational human resources (HR) activities. With limited staff and hiring resources, many of these organizations turn to managed service solutions, leveraging outside support to fill gaps in daily operations.

How to Avoid Retirement Processing Delays

Retirement processing delays can occur for many reasons. Some of these delays can be sourced to HR’s use of inefficient and incomplete retirement software systems and an inability to clearly and rapidly communicate retirement information to employees using the most up-to-date technology.

The Importance of FedRAMP to Federal HR Software

Many federal agencies still operate on-premise datacenters, manned by large IT staffs. Despite private enterprise and some agencies largely shifting to cloud-based solutions for HR operations, many government entities remain wary of such a major transition in how data is handled and secured. For this reason, FedRAMP has been established as a government-wide program that standardizes security assessment, authorization and monitoring for all cloud services and products.

The Benefits of Enterprise Software in Federal Talent Acquisition and Position Management

State departments responsible for placement of individuals with disabilities into the workforce routinely struggle An integral part of all federal agencies, Position Management helps establish the positions needed to accomplish the agency’s mission. By defining key roles, the Position Management team outlines the structure, positions and skills needed to execute specific goals.