There is symbolism in the march of the man’s remains up a long seat of steep stairs.
Twenty years ago, then Rep. Tom DeLay (R-Tex.) one of the most powerful men on Capitol Hill, called federal agents, acting on orders, jack-booted thugs. Now it is Democratic elected officials.
By focusing less on tearing down walls and more on data discoverability, you can harness better insights from the various data at your agency’s disposal, silos and all.
These women in federal executive positions are moving the status quo in a big way.
Improper payments to prisoners and the deceased amounted to 0.04% of CARES Act dollars.
The fed family has a major presence in many key election states and in some small to medium sized towns, Uncle Sam is the primary employer.
After the long-anticipated crash of the record 11-year bull market a lot of 401(k) investors worried about the hit their stock-fund investments had taken.
Dan Fallon the senior director, public sector systems engineers at Nutanix, says 85% of organizations are planning to shift their investments to hybrid cloud architectures.
Officials who want to finally trigger the long-predicted brain drain from federal agencies can probably do it rather quickly.
Navigating coronavirus and the impacts of hurricanes requires answers to questions not previously explored.
FAR Council took too long to get out new rules on acquisition of Chinese telecommunication products – one of the most critical rules in years.
There may be no clear path yet on how the economy will restart, or the precise roadmap that contractors should follow, but these preparations will provide a distinct advantage over competitors who prefer to take a “wait and see” approach to the recovery.
Why failing to recognize this year’s outstanding federal executives is a mistake.
When they eventually retire, 99% of all current federal-postal workers will depend on their Thrift Savings Plan to provide a substantial portion of their future lifetime income.