Randy Silvey, president of Silverlight Financial, highlights a new survey from his firm and Federal News Radio about just how ill-prepared federal employees are for retirement.
It has started already, but the next wave of innovation in unmanned technology will bring autonomy. That is, vehicles won’t require human operators with a joystick flying them remotely.
This week, Administrator Denise Turner Roth announced the creation of a third service, the Technology Transformation Service (TTS), joining GSA’s other two services.
Kareem El-Alaily, managing director of Censeo Consulting Group, highlights the importance of strategic vendor oversight processes for ELA success.
Think about how government workers have supported you in your day-to-day life and, where you can say thank you to them for what they do every day.
False stories harm the reputations of both the government and the contractor. Even whole programs.
If someone is going to be unqualified for a job for a criminal past, why should hiring entities wait until down the line and waste everybody’s time?
More agencies need to become alert to when there’s a shift in the market, technology, or best practice that requires a shift in approach.
If you go to a typical agency and ask HR folks what they think their role should be, you will get different answers from everyone.
Kareem El-Alaily, managing director of Censeo Consulting Group, argues for why there is a growing importance of negotiating better terms and conditions in enterprise software license sourcing.
Apple’s revenues fell 13 percent in its latest reporting quarter as sales of iPhones dropped 16 percent. But fundamentally Apple at the moment is lacking the next killer product or the next big thing.
Agencies need data of all types and sources available for applications they might not have yet thought of. This year’s email mandate is only the beginning.
Roger Waldron, president of The Coalition for Government Procurement, says GSA’s Multiple Awards Schedule (MAS) program can provide streamlined government access to the commercial marketplace on behalf of customer agencies.
The life and actions of Harriet Tubman send a clean, laser-like message to us straight from the 19th century. Let the presses roll.