MonsterGov Federal Newsletter July 2023 - In this issue: Hiring Military & Veteran Spouses, MHME User Group Registration, 4.16 Release, USAJOBS MCO Tag Updates, IPAC Annual Conference.

Let MonsterGov Help with Hiring Military & Veteran Spouses

a couple huggingIf you’ve been with us since our early days, you know MonsterGov has a special place in its heart for the military and veteran communities. We were thrilled to see the new Executive Order signed to bolster the economic security of our military and veteran spouses, caregivers, and survivors. Between our employer branding capabilities, DEIA hiring resources, and network, MonsterGov has a range of ways we can help with military and veteran spouse hiring.

Resources for Military and Veteran Spouse Hiring >

Upcoming MHME User Group

Hand holding coffee and pen near a laptopMonsterGov is hosting its next virtual Federal User Group on the MHME federal talent acquisition system on August 23rd from 1:00 EDT PM to 2:30 PM EDT. We’re inviting agency stakeholders interested in learning about remaining plans for MHME in 2023 and providing input on 2024 enhancement ideas. Join us on August 23 by registering below.

Register for MHME User Group >

MHME 4.16 Going Live on July 31

Woman smiling while looking at a laptop screen.On July 31st, MHME 4.16 will be live in production systems, and agencies can test out new enhancements now in the UAT environment. MonsterGov hosted a client preview for the 4.16 release on June 28th to share key release highlights, including a new dashlet in Position Classification, new scoring/rating guideline capabilities in Collaborate, and more advanced applicant tagging/filtering functionality in the Applicant Listing staging area of the ATS, Monster Hiring Management.

Check the MonsterGov Corner for Release Info >

New MCO Tag-Based Job Search Pages from USAJOBS

Woman working on a laptopWe have updated our resource page for MCO tags to reflect OPM’s two new job search portals: 1) STEM and 2) National Security & Foreign Policy. USAJOBS is encouraging agencies to begin using the relevant tags now so the portals will be better populated. Please note, the STEM page leverages the built-in MCO tag, while NATSEC requires a custom tag. Read more about the new sites below!

Updated MCO Tag Info Page & MHME Guide >

Tune into our Change Management Tutorial at IPAC

IPAC logoOn Monday, July 24, 2023, in Washington, D. C., MonsterGov’s I/O Psychologists Shannon Kobus and Nathan Forrester will be leading a change management tutorial at the International Personnel Assessment Council (IPAC) Annual Conference. Our subject matter experts will lead a hands-on session on designing a change management strategy that can be applied to a range of organizational change situations. Presenters will share best practices, discuss case studies, and provide sample tools and assessments so participants can leave with practical recommendations to help them better manage their agency’s next change.

Interested in attending? Visit IPAC’s event page >


Monster Government Solutions logo - check out our site
Let's stay connected!
Subscribe to our Federal Newsletter!

View newsletter on the web
Back to top