Zach Butler, director of IoT World, explains why agencies have to do more to mitigate the risks of connected devices.
Danielle Roberts, the co-founder at Boomer Benefits, details the options for long-term care benefits for federal employees and retirees.
Gretel Egan, security awareness training strategist for Proofpoint, offers best practices for agencies to keep in mind when training employees and contractors.
I believe we should recognize and appreciate public servants every week. And if we do not like the policies they carry out, we should vote for people who will make new policies.
Tony Reardon, the national president of the National Treasury Employees Union, says Public Service Recognition Week is a good reminder for federal employees to continue to tell their stories about the impact they have on the nation.
Vishal Patel, the vice president of product marketing at Ivalua, details five opportunities for federal, state and local governments to improve acquisition processes.
Commentator Jeff Neal says claims that the low numbers of under 30-year-old federal hires are due to decreased federal hiring in general aren’t really true.
Transforming how government does business will take time, and commitment, from partners inside and outside of government.
If we really want to address soft skills, we should consider them as essential job requirements during the hiring process.
Barbara George, executive director of the Washington Cyber Roundtable, explains why DHS approach to recruit and train cyber workers should be emulated.
Dan Magneson, a GS-482-11 fish biologist since December 2002, explains his thinking behind working a little longer than he expected.
After so many departures, former CHCO for the Department of Homeland Security Jeff Neal says employees deserve stable leadership for success.
Charlie E. Williams, Jr. and Nick Tsiopanas, members of the Section 809 panel, explain why their recommendations will benefit both DoD and small firms.
Guest columnist Jeff Neal says it’s hard to argue with the idea that top performers should receive some sort of compensation for their work. It is also hard to argue that most performance review processes are credible and effective.