We should expect to see continued give and take between the executive and legislative branches, because no one can write perfect language every time and because the executive branch wants the freedom to act.
Upon learning how the semi-automatic 3 percent within-grade increases work, one top outsider assigned to White House government overhaul is said to have referred to them as “zombie pay raises.’’
Dan Conrad, the federal CTO for One Identity, makes the case for why agencies need to use two-factor authentication for 100 percent of all systems.
John Grobe, a former fed and benefits specialist, crunch some numbers you need to know before you retire from a federal career.
Comprehensive civil service reform is too tall an order just for OPM and its director.
While some agencies are cutting back on the number of teleworkers, and the time they can spend working from home, others are thinking about expanding it to cut real estate costs.
Federal workers have heard the term “chief human capital officer” or CHCO, for 15 years, but not everyone knows what a CHCO is and why they were created.
Some clever, eligible federal workers are considering retiring later this year to be on the retirement roles for the January 2019 cost of living adjustment. But the problem is that time is not on their side.
Frustrated by collegiate recruiting, the FBI experiments with getting high school students involved via summer internships.
Lyn Alden, who provides equity research and investment strategies, describes why the Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board’s decision to expand the I Fund is a good one.
With 2018 hurtling towards the midpoint of the year, the Census Bureau is ramping up testing of the technology approach it plans for the 2020 count.
More readers have their say about experiences with teleworking and whether or not they support the practice for government employees.
Most federal workers and retirees are covered by one of the dozens of plans and any of them do not need Medicare Part B, but it does offer extra protection.
A long-time career fed says he’s excited by the prospect of modernizing and security not only IT but also service delivery.