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NICE Webinar: Tools in the Federal Cybersecurity Workforce Toolbox


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NICE Webinar: Tools in the Federal Cybersecurity Workforce Toolbox
NICE Webinar: Tools in the Federal Cybersecurity Workforce Toolbox

The PowerPoint slides used during this webinar can be found here


Katika Floyd
Senior Human Resources Specialist
Hiring Policy Section, Employee Services Division
Office of Personnel Management


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Margot Conrad
Federal Workforce Programs
Partnership for Public Service


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Max Shuftan 
Program Director 
SANS Institute


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The Federal government is constantly looking for creative ways to build and refresh talent as part of its cybersecurity workforce. American’s are drawn to work for the government because of its public service mission and other employment benefits. In a competitive job market, the federal government must also compete with the demand for cybersecurity workers with state government and the private and non-profit sectors. There are a variety of tools at the federal government’s disposal to help it attract the best possible talent – ranging from special hiring authorities for cybersecurity personnel to selective scholarship and leadership programs that create additional incentives. This webinar will help federal employers, job seekers, school counselors, parents, and academic personnel understand the different tools available to help the federal government develop a superior cybersecurity workforce. 


Federal Cyber Reskilling Academy

Presidential Management Fellows Program

CyberCorps: Scholarship for Service

Cybersecurity Talent Initiative


Created May 14, 2019, Updated July 23, 2020