Fourth of July is a reminder that rough political debate hasn't yet managed to overwhelm the country
It's easier to imagine better CX than to make it happen. At least now it's their money.
A shortcut to the right candidates has been around forever. Agencies just have to start using it.
Just because they can send you email or phone you at all hours day and night doesn't mean you have to answer.
Overcome the hiring process, fashion good onboarding, and watch what can happen.
Prospective employees are pickier than ever about where, when, how and for whom they'll work
Nineteen riders from the federal information technology community joined in Federal News Network's 3rd Annual Motorcycle Ride for Charity on Friday, May 20.
With the return to office impending, employees are feeling new sources of stress.
The closer return-to-office dates come, the greater the apparent preference for telework.
Startup that got big Air Force deal plans to stay a firmly commercially-focused company
The more work becomes tele or remote, the greater the allure of virtual reality in professional settings.
Everyone feels overwhelmed or disconnected from time to time. Burnout happens when these feelings don't abate.
Taking a cue from surgery, Defense Innovation Unit plans to use the train-the-trainers approach to expand expertise in a crucial government need
The former RAT Board chair, inspector general, and federal law enforcement officer exemplified the best in public service.