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The Federal Career Training Institute (FCTI) is pleased to announce the addition of Charles Clark, former Chief of the Diversity and Inclusion Office for the US Census Bureau, as a Trainer in its Ten Steps to a Federal Job© Certification Programs. Clark will be handling the third day (“Federal HR Day”) of its three-day train-the-trainer classes. Offered since 2002, the
- By Paulina Chen on December 19, 2012
In recent years, federal workers have seen their salaries frozen and find themselves at the center of a partisan debate over the value of their work. But some agencies have managed to keep their employees happy. Here are the federal government’s best and worst places to work, ranked by the Partnership for Public Service. The results are based on the
- By Paulina Chen on July 31, 2012
Customized federal job-search training is being provided this week at the Naval Air Station, Bahrain to 40 sailors who will soon be leaving the US Navy. It is part of a new program offered by the Resume Place that combines editing and targeting of federal resumes for exiting military with training in navigating the government’s complicated USAJobs website. Other sailors will receive similar training and assistance remotely, says Resume Place team leader Kathryn Troutman, a top federal jobs expert. The program is an effort to help sailors leaving the Navy have a smoother transition to civilian life.