The more you try to compare federal and private salaries and benefits, the more complicated the topic becomes.
The latest biennial survey from (ISC)2 and Booz Allen Hamilton, "Women in Security" shows that women constitute only 10 percent of the privatesector InfoSec workforce.
Shocking report on widespread Privacy Law violations is laced with the obvious shock and disgust on the part of the Office of Inspector General.
Counterfeit parts seem to bedevil DOD. Congress pushes it to deal. So, naturally, a slew of rules ensues, says Federal Drive host Tom Temin.
Bloomberg offers five trends affecting contracts next year. Federal Drive host Tom Temin offers some basic strategies for dealing with them.
A quiet little team deep in OSTP is blocking and tackling to make government more effective, one yard at a time.
Maybe not at the state dinner, but President Obama could put Chinese President Xi Jinping on the defensive with a simple question. “So, how’s Ge Xing these days?” Ge Xing is an obscure officer in…
Data protection using encryption won't buy much unless you design it correctly. Like, keeping the keys away from the encrypted data. It's all in NIST publication 800-57. Look it up.
The perps, if found guilty, should face the consequences. But should innocent employees, investors and customers also have to pay?
“Shutdown” is too coarse a word for what happens during a funding lapse. The government acts more as a patchwork. For employees, the challenge is knowing who will also be on the job.
Latest declassification project lets you see most of what two Presidents held and read from the CIA. But too much is redacted, a half-century later.
The Office of Special Counsel is just the latest federal agency to suffer from the problem of case backlogs. In its latest report to Congress, OSC showed it had nearly 2,000 backlogged "matters" from fiscal 2014. OSC says it expects 6,000 new cases to come in during 2015.
Hillary Rodham Clinton's email problems are one in a string of examples of senior officials not following the rules governing records. Clinton's problems give managers a good chance to review email policies with their staffs.
Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julian Castro joked that in trying to make HUD a better place to work, he could do little to change the appearance of the headquarters building, reports Federal Drive host Tom Temin.