News & Career Advice

Why You Need an Updated Resume

Ed Ledford / May 19, 2017

You have a job. You love it. You’d never leave it. You still need a resume on hand, in the breech, so to speak, ready to fire.

Cyber Careers at the FBI

Ed Ledford / May 18, 2017

When it comes to pay, it can be difficult for the FBI to compete. However, when it comes to exciting, intriguing work on the cutting edge of cyber crime, there’s no place better.

Now Hiring: Background Investigators

Ed Ledford / May 15, 2017

If you enjoy working alone, driving, meeting new people every single day, and asking probing questions, a job as a background investigator may be for you.

The Intelligence Community’s Official Worldwide Threat Assessment

Ed Ledford / May 12, 2017

Yesterday’s Senate Select Committee on Intelligence meeting is the cleared professional’s primer on the range of threats facing our nation and the world.

Where to Find the Tools of the Spy Trade

Ed Ledford / May 11, 2017

Whether you’re a spy-film buff, into the tools of spying, or simply love the history we don’t hear about too much, the museum won’t disappoint.

USCYBERCOM Report Card: Cyberwar Intensifies

Ed Ledford / May 10, 2017

Yesterday, Admiral Mike Rogers reported to Congress on the state of US CYBERCOM, holding ground against the rapidly evolving cyberworld threat.

Alleviating Self-Imposed Office Stress

Ed Ledford / May 9, 2017

If you’re finding yourself struggling to find fulfillment in what you’re doing, if you’re experiencing more opposition than collaboration, you can do something about it. But doing something may be nothing more than doing nothing.

What Kind of Work Do Government Employees Do?

Ed Ledford / May 8, 2017

The Partnership for Public Service hopes recognition demonstrates the tremendous potential and opportunities public service represents and attract the country’s best and brightest to the ranks of America’s civil servants.