Quick test of a new newsreader application. I am trying to put together a weekly newsletter about things relevant to the federal government. This actually might work wonderfully! Will reveal the secret sauce at a later date. Here is a hint, however:
Naval Personnel Command announced Aug. 17 that more than 60,000 Sailors will see their projected rotation date (PRD) adjusted as Navy Personnel Command (NPC) implements new Sea Shore Flow enlisted career paths.
Today 05:21 PM
It is the responsibility of all Soldiers to update their casualty documents and to ensure their intent is annotated properly.
8/17/2011 07:00 PM
Just three months after returning from Afghanistan, more than 40 noncommissioned officers from the 2nd Stryker Calvary Regiment reported for Soldier 360°, a leader comprehensive fitness course for junior and senior noncommissioned officers, Aug. 8-18, 2011.
8/16/2011 07:00 PM
According to this latest report—which highlights current mortgage fraud schemes, perpetrators, and mortgage fraud “hot spots”—mortgage fraud continued at elevated levels during 2010. The FBI, with its partners, dedicated significant resources to the problem and saw investigative successes during the year. And the current housing market will likely remain an attractive environment for mortgage fraud criminals in the near future who will seek new methods to circumvent loopholes and gaps in the mortgage lending market.
8/12/2011 10:00 AM
Uncle Sam talks a good game when it comes to encouraging his staff to find better ways of serving the public, but the reality is a different story.
That’s the message of a new report that indicates a strong disconnect between the desire of federal employees to innovate and the degree to which innovation is encouraged in their workplaces.
An analysis of survey data by the Partnership for Public Service and the Hay Group found that 91 percent of responding federal employees said, “I am constantly looking for ways to do my job better,” and just 39 percent said, “Creativity and innovation are rewarded.” In the middle were the 60 percent who said, “I feel encouraged to come up with new and better ways of doing things.”
8/9/2011 09:28 PM