Federal News Radio recently sat down with SailPoint Chief Technology Officer Darran Rolls to address the challenges federal technology leaders face today.
The results from the Veterans Affairs Department’s first, self-reported all-employee survey are in, and they show engagement and morale in its workforce went up significantly in 2018.
If white collar feds get a pay raise in January, pat yourself on the back — if you’re a member of a union, managers group or retiree association, that is.
Kathy Hutson, NSA’s senior strategist for academic engagement, said a 20-year partnership with the University of Maryland, Baltimore County helps keep current employees growing and brings in new ones.
If the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services functions effectively, Janine Velasco can take a lot of the credit.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the CFO Council and Bureau of the Fiscal Service creates a new playbook with information to help agencies reduce the risk of fraud.
Do you wish you could switch retirement plans with some of the younger or older people in your office. If so don’t worry about it. It’s probably safe to say that many if not most feds under the old Civil Service Retirement System envy their colleagues who are in the Federal Employees Retirement System.
The organization released a newsletter to inform soldiers about retirement.
Lookout’s Vijaya Kaza joined Gigi Schumm on Women of Washington to discuss why women shouldn’t let labels define their success as individuals
In today’s Federal Newscast, the White House said its regulatory reform efforts saved $23 billion in fiscal 2018.
The Senate has little time left to vote on the president’s three nominees to serve as members on the Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB). If the Senate doesn’t act before the year ends, the board may have no members.
The 11,000 people assigned to Tyndall Air Force Base will temporarily be able to collect their belongings and see their homes.
True or false? Work beyond age 70 and you no longer have to pay FICA or Social Security taxes.
Mark Kneidinger, the deputy director of the Homeland Security Department’s new National Risk Management Center, expressed concerns Tuesday that the government’s “revolving door” has been expelling too many IT modernization leaders.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Project on Government Oversight called the move to replace Acting Interior Inspector General Mary Kendall with a political appointee “puzzling.”