Federal websites tend to resemble retail sites because they have a more concentrated purpose than simply generating clicks.
Jeff Neal, senior vice president of ICF International, clarifies a couple of points addressed in his previous commentary on federal pay and addresses a few new ones.
Webster Mudge, a senior director for technology solutions for Cloudera, contends that agencies can make their networks and data safer using analytics to get ahead of the bad guys.
Todd Helfrich, director of federal sales, ThreatStream, makes the case for why the Cybersecurity Sharing Act of 2015 will make a real difference in protecting the public and private sectors from cyber attacks.
Russ Spitler, the vice president of Product Strategy for AlienVault, argues that the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act would be duplicative and prescriptive.
Maybe we should all find at least one colleague who would agree to give us a courtesy pulse-check at the end of the day.
The Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010 required the Agriculture Department to set different standards for school lunches. The food may be healthier, but now USDA faces a new problem: many students can't stomach the food.
The Army is shrinking down to about 450,000 soldiers. Congress isn't likely to approve another round of base realignment and closure, but Federal News Radio's DoD reporter Jared Serbu tells In Depth with Francis Rose the Army has adopted a different strategy to get its base footprint in line.
A new survey by Silverlight Financial and Federal News Radio found federal employees think they are prepared for retirement, but haven’t had the training or preparation necessary to ensure a successful transition.
The Army works continuously to improve on a basic piece of gear, namely the helmet on top of a soldier's head.
John D. Cohen, professor in the School of Criminal Justice at Rutgers University, says the National Terrorism Advisory System has sent our advisories in the past.
Richard Lieberman, a consultant and retired attorney, offers advice to contractors about how to ensure they are protected when they win a request for quote.
In Depth's Francis Rose says the biggest problem with the public and private sector salary comparison is that no one is quite sure how to compare them. But one thing is for sure: the Labor Department's Mr. Fix-it deserved his government service award.
The Cato Institute has issued yet another report claiming federal employees are grossly overpaid. Their numbers claim feds make 78 percent more than private sector workers and 43 percent more than state and local workers. If true, those numbers would be alarming and cause for immediate steps to rein in federal pay and benefits. The numbers are generally accurate, but they are not true. How can that be?