Social Security may be a third rail, but it's time for the politicians to step right on it.
Aram Mazmanian, a principal at Censeo Consulting Group, explains why category management could be the impetus to change the way the government classifies what its buys.
Federal News Radio counts down the top 10 commentaries of 2016 by Federal Drive host Tom Temin.
Investment strategist Lyn Alden says the internationally based I Fund may not be the best bet for TSP investors.
Meagan Metzger, founder of Dcode42, sat down with Erwin Godoy, the Chief Innovation Strategist at the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency’s (NGA) Enterprise Innovation Office, to discuss why the tech world has barely scratched the surface of its full potential with the federal government, and what can be done to bring the two sides closer together.
Jeff Neal, former chief human resources officer at the Defense Logistics Agency, says the recently passed NDAA has implications for all federal employees.
Todd Weiler, the assistant secretary of Defense for Manpower and Reserve Affairs, describes how the Defense Department needs to transform the way it recruits service members.
Long speeches and piecemeal civil service reform mark the waning days of the 114th Congress.
Roger Waldron, president of the Coalition for Government Procurement, examines some of the legal, policy, and operational questions surrounding the draft circular’s designation of “Best-in-Class” (BIC) contract solutions for mandatory use.
Kristy McKnight, the general manager of Veritone Politics, makes the case for how artificial intelligence will impact how agencies and organization find, understand and use data.
David Green, chief security officer for Veriato, details why it’s important for agencies to rate employee positions and apply the appropriate insider threat oversight based on those ratings.
Roger Waldron, president of the Coalition for Government Procurement, discusses a new circular that raises a number of significant legal, policy and operational issues.
Feet cold? Put on a hat. If anything, we're entering a golden age for federal HR.
Jeff Neal, former chief human capital officer at DHS, ponders how the new administration will handle federal employee unions.