The federal cloud policy makes it easier for agencies to begin replacing legacy systems with commercial applications.
While the government can not operate like a business, but it can learn from the way businesses operate, especially when it comes to innovation.
Modernization can mean a lot of things, even if you keep your COBOL systems.
Senior Correspondent Mike Causey asks whether a 1.9 percent pay raise in 2018 is too much, too little or just right.
With upgrades in full swing across the federal government, Vasili Ikonomidis, the service desk program manager at NetCentrics Corp., tells you what you need to know for an easy transition to the new operating system.
Roger Waldron, president of the Coalition for Government Procurement, calls the new White House Office of American Innovation as a timely, strategic and necessary effort.
The Air Force’s problem lies not in pilot recruitment, but rather retention. Meanwhile, the major airlines are enjoying a financial boom.
Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says that on the heels of the hiring freeze, there are fears that layoffs may be in the future.
Lyn Alden, who provides equity research and investment strategies, offers insights into what the future holds for the TSP.
Why is the federal hiring process so bad? And what would it take to make it work? Jeff Neal, former chief human capital officer at DHS, takes a look in Part 1 of his two-part commentary.
It’s President Donald Trump’s turn to step up to the federal technology plate. Will he hit a home run or strike out?
Robin Camarote, the co-founder of Federal MicroConsulting, offers some advice for how industry partners can ensure they are helping agencies most effectively.
Randy Silvey, president Silverlight Financial, encourages feds to take a more active role in understanding potential changes to their retirement benefits and managing their risks.
John Loughlin, the director of business insights at HighPoint Global, offers a how-to guide to tame the metrics beast.