Jeff Neal, former CHCO for the Homeland Security Department, says telling people to save more for retirement when they are young is not enough.
The recent court ruling against the administration’s crackdown by executive order against federal unions delighted some people inside government. Others think the decision is highly political.
Dave Jones, the director of product marketing at Nuxeo, explains why artificial intelligence can help agencies make sense of unstructured and structured data.
OMB finds dozens of more obsolete agency management rules and regulations to put through the shredder.
Many who have been comfortably stationed in Washington for decades are literally running for their political lives this year.
The C Fund of the Thrift Savings Plan tracks the U.S. stock market’s 500 largest publicly traded funds. The S Fund tracks the remaining 4,500 so-called small caps, although many are far from small.
Would continuous background monitoring have stopped a Reality Winner from accessing, let alone leaking, secret documents?
Many feds have been watching the progress of “retirement reform” bills each year and making plans to retire, if they could, before their effective date, if that was possible.
FEMA dealing with many lessons learned — on both personnel and emergency response fronts.
When many long-time feds hear that their office has visitors from the Government Accountability Office, their first instinct is to head for the hills. But long-time CMS worker Anthony Corridore says this can be a win-win situation.
Forty years after the civil service was officially “reformed” by the Carter administration, a new team with very different ideas about the role of government and regulations is looking to do some reforming of its own.
Adam Steel, program manager for customer success at Synergetics, details steps vendors should consider in preparing for the upcoming deadline.
Russian cyber experts appear to be omni-hackers; they’re willing to target both Republicans and Democrats. Conservative think tanks are the latest targets.
Depending on which experts you ask, federal civil servants are either paid 30-plus percent more than the average private sector employee, or 30-plus percent less.