For contractors and feds alike, the waiting for final COVID rules and protocols is as bad as what the rules might be.
9/11 more than anything accelerated changes that had been in motion for some time, even decades.
Maybe the mission ended or didn't work out, but don't say those who worked in Afghanistan worked in futility.
Specialized missile shows what fast, cheap modifications can buy for an increasingly costly military.
Census Bureau computer scientist works to keep crucial functions away from outsourcing.
In the detailed planning about vaccines and returning to offices, there's a group of people everyone is overlooking.
Advice to contractors covers the general and the topical, and it needs to be clear.
Like ocean waves, the unpredictable pandemic means agency reentry plans need to stay loose.
Vaccine mandates don't and can't cover everyone, so how do you deal with the unvaccinated?
How can the resources marshaled to get private citizens into space be marshalled for better human relations on earth?
Mass telework occurred overnight. But policies for post-pandemic telework could take months longer.
For incoming appointees, or long-time career feds dealing with appointees, the most important ingredient is trust.
DoD decides the one-cloud approach for its tactical requirements needs revision.
National Taxpayer Advocate has some simple, straightforward steps for the IRS to get past its persistent service troubles.