Despite longstanding technology challenges with legacy IT and challenges recruiting and hiring in-demand talent, agencies under the pandemic have reshaped the way they use technology to meet their missions.
House Democrats, good government groups and federal employee associations are urging congressional appropriators to include language blocking the president's Schedule F executive order in the next spending bill.
When the dust has settled, good government groups and employee organizations say the next administration faces a talent and leadership crisis in the federal workforce.
A new executive order from President Donald Trump will reclassify certain current and future positions in the career civil service as a new political class known as "Schedule F."
In today's Federal Newscast, the Partnership for Public Service is sounding alarm bells over the state of the federal workforce ahead of the upcoming presidential election.
Agencies are increasingly turning to online feedback as a way to communicate and respond to their customers during the pandemic. In the case of the Veterans Benefits Administration, that feedback led to new legislation in a matter of weeks.
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Some agencies will have to continue to take it on themselves to improve the personnel recruitment and hiring practices everyone professes to hate.
A $5 billion overhaul of one of the Navy's aircraft carriers is going better than anyone expected thanks to the (relatively) young assistant program manager leading the project.
Donna Dodson's peers call her a world leader in cybersecurity. Now she's getting recognition for her work.
With a national election coming in November, the General Services Administration has been gearing up for presidential transition.
Whether in an emergency or day-to-day operations, CFO shops now work alongside their C-suite colleagues to keep the agency mission going.
In today's Federal Newscast, four preservation and conservation specialists at the National Archives and Records Administration did some quick thinking and realized the equipment they use to deal with records damaged by floods, fires, or mold could help doctors and nurses fighting the coronavirus.
Dan Blair, a long time servant of the federal government, is about to apply his experience to one of the most fraught processes — presidential transition.