How can agencies achieve greater innovation while navigating the inherent conflict between individual and organizational personality types that may work to limit innovation potential?
Maybe President Trump should give his 30-day cybersecurity review a little more time now.
Robert Everett offers warnings against depending on static storage for data.
The Coalition for Government Procurement says its imperative to reform GSA’s Multiple Award Schedules (MAS) program.
Jeff Neal, former chief human capital officer at the Homeland Security Department, says there is no painless way to dramatically shrink an organization.
Census has been discovering and re-discovering for decades that people want the forms and the tallies to represent what they consider themselves to be.
Senior Correspondent Mike Causey wonders whether the media should soft-pedal news about the financial success of rank-and-file federal civil servants as investors.
Tim Solms, the vice president for U.S. federal and managing director worldwide government at Juniper Networks, makes the case for how software-defined networking and automation can help the Pentagon develop an open, agile and elastic infrastructure to meet its mission needs.
Our hunger for more guidance from the Trump administration stems from what we’re used to from the last 24 years of administrations.
Total acquisition cost remains the missing link in measuring, assessing, and, ultimately, reforming the procurement system to deliver best value mission support for customer agencies and the American people, says Roger Waldron, president of the Coalition for Government Procurement.
Given the Defense secretary’s reputation for being a no-nonsense leader, everyone in the DoD management establishment should take this directive very seriously.
For more than 20 years we’ve had administrations keeping the pressure on moving government into the online age.
Randy Silvey, president of Silverlight Financial, argues that federal employees are at a disadvantage compared to non-federal employees when it comes to having full control over their retirement money.
It takes people, people with knowledge, skill and planning to get new plans through government.
Failure to deal with poor performers and complaints about pay-for-performance programs remind us all how much virtually everyone hates the performance evaluation process, says former DHS chief human capital officer Jeff Neal.