Guest columnist Jeff Neal says it’s hard to argue with the idea that top performers should receive some sort of compensation for their work. It is also hard to argue that most performance review processes are credible and effective.
Earlier this month we asked readers if their government agency was better or worse than when they started. And one longtime IRS worker said the latter.
An exchange over a tiny NIST program takes one budget debate out of the purely political realm.
Whether it’s down to strong job growth or low inflation, financial planner Art Stein says Thrift Savings Plan investors should like first quarter 2019 results.
Alan Balutis, a senior director and distinguished fellow for Cisco Systems’ U.S. Public Sector, details 11 steps that would make shared services work in the government.
As turmoil hits the DHS appointee ranks, it’s a perfect time for the Senior Executive Service to shine.
Despite a big jump in population responsibilities and major changes, the number of federal workers is about the same as it was decades ago.
The key word in artificial intelligence is “artificial.” It needs people to work right.
The Coalition believes that a single award approach is asynchronous to normal commercial and organizational buying practice and, because it represents a single channel of attack, raises concerns about potential risks to national security.
Senior Correspondent Mike Causey thought he had a scoop that the Social Security Administration was offering buyouts to long-time employees but he explains why that’s a misunderstanding.
Federal retirees and folks who get Social Security benefits may be among the few people in the country who get anxious when crude oil prices drop.
Benefits expert Tammy Flanagan, will be Mike Causey’s guest today on Your Turn, airing 10 a.m. EDT, streaming on www.federalnewsnetwork.com or on 1500 AM in the Washington, D.C., area.
The Trump administration proposed “fully reorganizing” the Office of Personnel Management and moving personnel between the General Services Administration and Office of Management and Budget. Guest commentator Jeff Neal disagrees with the idea, but mostly because OPM was gutted once before.
Did the recent shutdown do at least one constructive thing: Spotlight the lack of federal workers?