Is it safe to put your retirement nest egg in the never-has-a-bad-day (or many good days) G fund? Or go for the stock index or L funds which go up and down but mostly up in recent years?
Moving forward, pandemic or not, there is a clear opportunity for federal teams to prioritize real-time, secure access to data in order to unleash new insights, discoveries and innovations from their growing datasets.
If the 2022 mid-term elections are as energized as some experts predict, it could produce a Congress that might repeal or modify two 1980s laws.
The Biden administration is planning on an average 2.7% federal pay raise for most civilian employees in 2022, but for many seasoned feds, next year's salary is anything but certain.
Maybe the mission ended or didn't work out, but don't say those who worked in Afghanistan worked in futility.
Mike Causey asked a couple of dozen faithful readers the same question: What about the office of the future from your standpoint?
Whatever the reason, whether your life is a bed of roses or a getting-worse-nightmare, there are things you can do now to insure what you leave will go to who you want.
Five sometimes rival groups have formed the Government Managers Coalition. They say the government needs to devote more time, energy and money in developing policies governmentwide that will best serve the public and protect the federal workforce.
Only a holistic approach that addresses climate change, invasive species, forest and rangeland management, and a thoughtful approach to agriculture will allow us to achieve ecological sustainability for generations of Americans to come.
The good news for most white collar civilian federal workers is that President Joe Biden wants them to have a 2.7% raise in January, 2022.
The White House gave its clearest indication yet on where it's going with federal pay in 2022.
Eric Crusius, a partner with Holland & Knight, and Ed Bassett, the CISO at NeoSystems, explain why the Defense Department’s Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) effort already is having an impact on contractors.
Crucial digital approaches to customer experience won't completely displace the good, old-fashioned telephone call.
Do you suffer from pension envy? Many current and retired federal employees do!