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Five questions to ask before you engage in your next classification and compensation study

It’s always exciting how technology can impact real lives through human capital management. My career and education have focused on the science and technology space – I obtained a Master of Public Policy with an emphasis in Science and Technology Policy, interned at the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, and have beenMore

What is a disparity study and why should your organization have one?

Do you ever wonder what it takes to conduct a disparity study, why it’s important, and the things you should consider when producing a defensible result? Our team conducts disparity studies to determine if inequities exist in public procurement and contracting that adversely affect minorities and/or women. In the Richmond vs. J.A. Croson case filedMore

When creating a culture of cyber security, five core competencies will help agencies achieve success.

For any organization, public or private, security risk assessments and penetration testing are necessary. Compliance and an ever-changing threat landscape require constant threat management. However, for an agency to create a true culture of cyber security, success depends on tactics as part of a cohesive, long-term security and risk management program. Like any department orMore

Martine Schmitt’s #MyMGTJourney is about finding, and hiring, the “best of the best”

Throughout my professional experience in human resources and recruiting, I have valued the ‘human’ side of the work. This likely originated during my undergraduate work in International Relations at the University of Mississippi. Here I was afforded the chance to study abroad in Costa Rica, Mexico, and Taiwan. Learning about the diversity of cultures and governmentsMore