Federal agencies executing DEIA strategies in support of White House executive order 14035 reported improved morale and detailed plans to bolster workforce recruitment.
This special Thanksgiving-themed episode dives into key initiatives in government technology.
White House legislation prompted VA to accelerate diversity strategies across the enterprise and ensure equitable service delivery to all veterans.
These principles can enable any organizations to develop a culture of innovation amid digital modernization efforts.
This National Hispanic Heritage Month, leaders from FDA and VA discuss how they are prioritizing diversity efforts.
The agency's deputy CIO, Dewaine Beard, talks new workforce initiatives to increase diversity and IT strategies to foster innovation.
National Institute of Justice's new director outlines goals for driving intersectional development across the criminal justice system.
Critics worry AI will exacerbate disparities, but some federal AI officials believe the technology can identify biases and promote equity and fairness.
After returning to government in January 2021, Jones will depart from his position June 17.
Government and academia are partnering to promote diversity across the cybersecurity workforce.
The agency will provide training and resources for HBCUs to lower the bar for entry in federal contracting.
A newly created role overseeing the agency's medical device office is tackling evolving health priorities.
The agency is releasing new guidance and tools for hiring and workforce initiatives.
AI workforce experts highlight the importance of diversity and robust education development to foster a stronger AI workforce.
Diversity, equity, inclusion and access are cornerstones for federal agencies as they deploy new tools and services.
New tech tools and knowledge-sharing initiatives are supporting women veterans.
There are different ways to build a culture of change, including business readiness assessments and employee engagement.
The plan looks to leverage data science and improve health for gender and ethnic minorities.
The agency wants its workforce to be ready and trained as it integrates new technology.
The agency's SEED and extramural research offices are pushing for more equity and diversity in partnerships.