Maintaining contact with fellow operatives, calling in an airstrike, evacuating the injured, or making a situational report to leadership are all high-profile examples of communication’s importance.
If you work for the government or are retired from it, you almost certainly have an estate. And it is probably more extensive than you think.
While many organizations quickly modernized their existing IT infrastructure, the pandemic required more than effective technology.
Should you treat Social Security like insurance or like an investment? Your answer may affect how much money you collect.
With the increase in data demands and rising threats, government data centers face massive expectations to scale and rework their data infrastructure.
Agencies face dozens and dozens of tricky questions in preparing for employees to return to work in-person.
Roger Waldron of the Coalition for Government Procurement focuses on the practical steps that GSA can take to modify the existing MAS program to include cost reimbursement capabilities.
Thousands and thousands of words in two important executive orders fail to add up to clarity.
Many in the industry believe a multifactor authentication mandate is overdue, but the government now has a chance to prove the cynics wrong and introduce integrated authentication solutions.
January 2022's cost of living adjustment for federal retirees will depend on not only their plan, but also inflation.
David Drabkin, chairman of the Section 809 Panel and a former federal acquisition executive at GSA and DoD, details why the federal procurement process needs an update to its definition of competition and the processes by which agencies obtain competition.
A handful of strategies exist for TSP investors when the stock market expects to see a sharp decline.
How can the resources marshaled to get private citizens into space be marshalled for better human relations on earth?
If federal retirees wait until age 70 to collect Social Security, their monthly benefits could see a big increase.