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The change of administrations always offers an opportunity for the federal government to do a bit of a reset. What does not reset is the federal workforce that carries out presidential programs.
These episodes occur regularly, but it's always hard to watch.
Adelle Rydman, director of federal business for Zenoss, makes the case for agencies to do more to make sure their networks are running as efficiently and effectively as possible.
Lots of people will wake up with a political hangover the morning of Nov. 9. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says government employees will be among them
If 800-160 establishes, or re-establishes anything, it's that security is an engineering discipline.
A carrot-and-stick approach works only when we reward the people who are making things happen.
Planning can't change the weather, but it can improve the time between disaster striking and people getting their lives back together.
Randy Silvey, president Silverlight Financial, answers seven questions for federal employees as they decide whether to retire or not.
Hart's and Holmstrom's work studied tensions between parties and conflicts of interest in contracts, something federal contracting officers deal with every day.
Neo Technology’s Emil Eifrem explains why graph databases are no longer the sole domain of enterprises and how law enforcement agencies and other government organizations are instead now using them to manage growing mountains of citizen information.
If things are working so well, what's the rush to transition when there's no real, hard deadline?
Monzy Merza, the director of cyber research and chief security evangelist for Splunk, makes the case for agencies to invest in training and educating its cyber workforce as much as tools and automation.
It's good news, bad news time again for federal retirees and folks who get Social Security, and as per usual Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says it’s the same thing.
Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah), chairman of the Oversight and Government Reform Committee, says agencies need to shift in a post-OPM data breach world to a new cybersecurity model.