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.
Ed Hammersla, president, Forcepoint Federal LLC, makes the case for agencies to have a different mindset when it comes protecting data and networks from insiders.
Elimination of earmarks, now in its fifth year or so, has drained Congress of the oil that makes legislation turn over.
Of 20 daily suicides, six were users of VA services. On the surface, that looks like the VA itself is a factor in preventing suicide.
Anchored in big, old-fashioned hospitals, VA lacks flexibility to offer more localized care, in more fine-tuned facilities.
As we enter the traditional election-year silly season, try not to play whack-a-mole with “bureaucrats,’ and concentrate on the real issues and problems facing the country.
Category rating is not the solution to all problems some early proponents made it out to be. It is also not the root of all evil as some opponents argue.
Chuck Sackley, a senior vice president, North America industry sales verticals at Unify, makes the case that technologies such as cloud and VOIP is making it easier to update agency networks.
The signers admonished King George III. He answered with continued “blows” to decide the question of independence.
A lot of my co-workers are my own kids’ ages, even younger sometimes. My feelings about that: So what?
Jon Hammock, the CEO of KeyLogic Systems, offers three steps for agencies to improve their budget processes.
Too many agencies are producing allegations of sexual misconduct ranging from harassment to overseas parties funded by criminals.