The overall performance of an agency is driven by the vast majority of employees who do their jobs. If we really want to drive performance and change in government, we need to focus on those folks
Ron Gula, chairman and co-founder of Tenable Network Security, highlights three steps for agencies to address cyber threats in real-time.
When it comes to investing, are you a hare or a tortoise? A greyhound or a dachshund? Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says slow is often better.
Wiggle in with program people early in the acquisition cycle so that contracting officers know exactly what it is the program needs or is trying to do.
Feds don’t feel they occupy a cubicle just to follow rules and push the proverbial paper. They know their missions and endeavor to really support them.
Senior Correspondent Mike Causey wants to know what contingency plans feds have in case you-know-who wins.
Jonathan McDonald, executive vice president of TransUnion, says agencies need to look to multiple sources to understand potential risks posed by employees.
This week’s Republican and next week’s Democratic conventions are like the distractions during a baseball game designed to keep fans entertained.
The Veterans Health Administration recommendations include items AFGE, the Commissioners and most everyone else for whom VA issues matter, can agree on.
The Army is approaching the migration the way it might approach Fallujah or Normandy — all out.
As federal law enforcement increasingly adopts body-mounted video, footage from local police is starting to show both the potential and the limitations of this technology.
This blog marks the first in a series focusing on the General Services Administration’s Transactional Data Reporting (TDR) rule.
Nepotism is on the mind of the Merit Systems Protection Board because of the impending presidential transition, and it wants to warn potential appointees — even the next president.
Beyond the bright lines of the Hatch Act, politicking at the office is bad form.