As the press for systems modernization and greater cybersecurity continue, expect more agencies to evaluate this technology.
Critics say burrowing is not based on merit, and is a way for an administration to leave its sympathizers in place for years after it is gone.
William R. Evanina, director of the National Counterintelligence and Security Center, calls for greater awareness of and response to cyber vulnerabilities.
FAA has moved painstakingly on drones. The Trump administration wants to speed things up.
Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says 90 percent of the federal workforce will be hit hard if the GOP plan to trim contributions to 401(k) plans becomes law.
Dealing with problem employees can help productivity and morale, and it can be done without extreme changes to the structure of the civil service.
John Cassara, a retired Treasury agent, makes the case why stopping the illegal cigarette trade would benefit national security.
Are cyber jobs being sold right? People stampede to apply for flight attendant jobs.
Sebastian Taphanel, a principal solutions architect for Evident.io, makes the case for wider adoption of the single reference that uses the comprehensive knowledge of hundreds of governmental agencies.
The FEVS results show that the upward movement in employee satisfaction that began two years ago is continuing. That is good news.
Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says many feds are afraid that Congress will change retirement rules, forcing them to pay lots more and get lots less.
The new NPS anti-harassment policy has promise. But only with sustained effort.
Syed Azeem, a career federal IT leader, makes the case for why microservices will make federal systems more secure and easier to enhance.
The political popularity of a given administration seems to have low relation to FEVS scores.