The Defense Department is balancing urgency and patience in deploying its new electronic health record system.
Moving people out of D.C. has been proposed before, but commentator and former Homeland Security CHCO Jeff Neal says the HIRE Act’s reasoning is flawed.
Uncle Sam will spend a small fortune over the next couple of months making it easier for 2.8 million government workers to get the best health plan next year for the fewest amount of premium dollars.
Most of the 5.8 million workers, retirees and former feds with Thrift Savings Plan accounts have some of their retirement nest eggs in the G fund.
The Defense Department made its award, but the JEDI story doesn’t end here.
This column was originally published on Roger Waldron’s blog at The Coalition for Government Procurement and was republished here with permission from the author. According to the Small Business Administration (SBA), “[t]he federal government prefers to contract…
Google claims “quantum supremacy” but don’t look for a quantum computer on Schedule 70.
Why do public servants take an oath of office? The reason is simple – public servants are just that – servants of the people.
Most experts would say it depends on your age, when you plan to retire, and, very important, your risk tolerance.
Chris Barlow, the director of marketing for Synergetics, Inc., details what agencies should keep in mind as they consider using artificial intelligence.
If we take some agile concepts and apply them to how government is organized and staffed, we may see that many criticisms of shortcomings can be addressed.
Fans of the Thrift Savings Plan hope new withdrawal rules encourage more people to stick with it when they move to another job or retire.
A new talent management system is among the biggest changes since Army went volunteer.
A growing number of Thrift Savings Plan investors are nervously wondering how much longer the current bull market will last, and can last.