Terry Gerton, president of NAPA, and Bill Valdez, president of the Senior Executives Association, detail three steps Congress and the Trump administration could take to ensure a reliable and fully functional government.
Guest commentator Jeff Neal explains why his long-time optimism about working for the federal government may be fading if another shutdown happens this month or in October.
Roger Waldron examines GSA’s unique opportunity to leverage e-commerce to increase best value deliverables, foster economic growth and expand federal customers’ access to commercial solutions.
Being loyal to the Constitution and serving the people means public servants have different priorities than someone working in the private sector.
John Kreger, a vice president for public sector programs at MITRE’s Center for Programs and Technology, details four steps to unlock the power of intelligence interoperability.
Jonathan Williams and Julia Di Vito, attorneys with PilieroMazza, explain why they believe VA’s plan is a lose-lose for veterans.
Ellen Dunagan, founder and president of Traverse Career Solutions, offers three suggestions for how furloughed federal employees can rethink their professional goals.
If there is another government shutdown on Feb. 15, it may be the earthquake that causes the retirement tsunami to finally strike.
Laurie Axelrod and Robin Camarote from the Wheelhouse Group offer advice for how federal managers can reintegrate workers when the government fully reopens.
Are shutdowns miserable and unfair? Absolutely. Should federal workers be treated the way they were? No way. Is the government a terrible employer? No.
As cyber and supply chain issues continue to evolve, the success of the federal procurement system is contingent upon the government’s ability to secure and defend the nation’s digital information infrastructure.
Regardless of views on the wall or immigration or border security, commentator Jeff Neal believes most Americans can agree on one thing: This shutdown is a shameful display of politics and utter disregard for people.
Robert Shea and Robert Hahn, members of the U.S. Commission on Evidence-Based Policymaking, offer six ideas for agencies to begin taking advantage of new evidence-based policymaking law.
The Coalition for Government Procurement highlights provisions in the Multiple Award Schedules program for federal customers that provide a readily available, streamlined process mirroring the commercial market through its thousands of contracts that provide tens-of-millions of items.