Workforce Compliance Reimagined: How Diversity and Inclusion Can Transform Gov

GovLoop

For the last decade, the Office of Personnel Management has crafted new guidance, with the goal of increasing diversity and inclusion in government. However, keeping in line with official policy has historically been an onerous and labor-intensive process for government human resources and training professionals. In fact, in a recent report, over 40 percent of HR folks said they spend nearly half their time managing HR compliance requirements.
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A radar that requires only the slightest changes in software and configuration to go from high-altitude maritime ISR to performing low altitude Electronic Counter-Countermeasures (ECCM). This emerging technology was what Professor Clayton Stewart and Doctor Stephen Moore came to speak on at the Park Plaza Victoria hotel in August for Defence IQ’s Military Radar conference. This year it was the largest ever, with more than double the expected number of guests in attendance from the academia, industry, and government. The day began with Professor Stewart's presentation on the advances and future applications of Cognitive Radar (CR), a subject he has long worked on with his colleagues at University College London, and one that he shares with Doctor Stephen Moore from the UK’s Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (DSTL) in Wiltshire.

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Australian Citizenship Practice Exams|Government and the law in Australia S1

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Australian Citizenship Practice Exams Government and the law in Australia |Australian Government S1. Prepare for Australian Citizenship Test with this free handy app containing 600 questions to help you practice. Enjoy a collection of 500 notes across various topics for The Australian Citizenship Test exam preparation, arranged by Subjects, modules and chapters.
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Government Contractors' OFCCP Requirement Updates

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Predicting what policy changes an administration will make is difficult after a typical first year in office . . . but this past year has been anything but typical. The current administration has already followed through on a number of its promises, which included relieving businesses of burdensome regulations proposed, enacted and enforced during the previous administration.
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Watch this webinar where we will highlight how you can transform public services through Digital Process Automation, empowering both your own people and your service users by automating decisions and tasks to drive efficiencies.
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An Insider’s View of Government Cloud

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Now more than six months since the White House released its governmentwide cloud strategy, ‘Cloud Smart,’ federal agencies are finding new ways to support their journeys to the cloud, generate cost savings, and improve security. Fortunately, agencies aren’t on their own, with agencies like the General Services Administration working to develop shared services and best practices to support cloud adoption.
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A radar that requires only the slightest changes in software and configuration to go from high-altitude maritime ISR to performing low altitude Electronic Counter-Countermeasures (ECCM). This emerging technology was what Professor Clayton Stewart and Doctor Stephen Moore came to speak on at the Park Plaza Victoria hotel in August for Defence IQ’s Military Radar conference. This year it was the largest ever, with more than double the expected number of guests in attendance from the academia, industry, and government. The day began with Professor Stewart's presentation on the advances and future applications of Cognitive Radar (CR), a subject he has long worked on with his colleagues at University College London, and one that he shares with Doctor Stephen Moore from the UK’s Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (DSTL) in Wiltshire.

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