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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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FedHR Navigator Retirement Calculator Product Overview

FedHR Navigator is designed from the ground up by federal human capital experts and built to provide operational support to federal agencies from hire to retire. We look forward to speaking with you about FedHR Navigator to answer any questions you may have about this module.

The Benefits of Migrating Employee and Labor Relations to an Automated System

Employee and labor divisions within federal agencies work in a closely-knit team, sharing a single workload across many HR specialists. This makes it important for supervisors to have as much transparency as possible into specialist workloads. Metrics that highlight availability of each specialist, the bottlenecks that most frequently slow down case processing, and automating recurring tasks is incredibly important.

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.