We won’t achieve holistic cybersecurity anytime soon without empowered national leadership, an understanding of the problems we need to solve, a comprehensive roadmap for prioritizing efforts that illustrates the desired end state, and a national-level collective defense that bridges the private and public sectors and forges international cooperation.
Six months into an historically-lethal pandemic that potentially threatens everybody on the planet is probably a pretty good time to update or begin your personal financial checklist.
The first cohort of provisionally approved cybersecurity assessors starts training August 31st.
When the record-long bull market ended earlier this year, some investors decided to cut their losses, going into the G fund. Abraham Grungold, a long-time fed and financial coach, said that was a big mistake.
Even if it doesn't violate the Hatch Act, politics at the office is a bad idea.
Following a large number of complaints from servicemembers about damaged property, TRANSCOM decided to consolidate more than 900 commercial transportation service providers into one $20 billion contract.
Less than a year after becoming secretary, Lonnie Bunch had to shutter the Smithsonian.
Did you retire before the pandemic became a fact of life? Before people other than bank robbers wore (hopefully) face masks all the time, and when working from home went from to perk to priority?…
Having the right foundation in place will set data-driven projects up for success and put agencies in the position to solve highly complex problems and achieve the goals laid out for them.
The stress of the pandemic has given us all more to think about. In this case, a tale of one city, two people — different choices.
Tens of thousands of Thrift Savings Plan participants have taken advantage of the extra loan and withdrawal options Congress included in March's coronavirus relief legislation.
If we can show people what governments do, we think they won’t hate them as much.
The Schedules have been tested and perfected over time and recover their own costs, all without need to assign personnel and establish duplicative bureaucracies and processes.
As telework gets old, leadership needs to remember the whole employee. That's why some agencies are taking steps for the care and feeding of their employees' psyches as this wears on.