Jeff Neal, former chief human capital officer at the Homeland Security Department, says the issue of federal pay is too complicated to have a simple, one-size-fits-all answer.
Dr. Matthew D. Harris, an associate adjunct professor at the University of Maryland, argues reducing the number of smaller OIGs will enhance the overall independence and effectiveness of the IG community.
If you’re a federal employee, the budget proposal comes with some interesting policy ideas. You probably won’t like them.
Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says federal and Social Security retirees may be in for a cost-of-living adjustment that’ll trump January’s proposed 1.9 percent pay raise for federal workers.
Roger Waldron gives GSA plans for streamlining and reform of procurement processes a thumbs up on behalf of The Coalition for Government Procurement
So clearly there is risk in eliminating the polygraph for new hire. A risk management approach asks, is it a risk worth taking?
The government operates a panoply of operating systems on its end points and servers. Never mind Windows 7. You can still find XP, Vista and Windows Server 2003.
Simply by hosting their tracking application — whether a giant spreadsheet or a real database — in a cloud, BLM officials could establish a framework for uniformity and thoroughness.
April Chen, a senior product manager for Iron Mountain, said agencies should start by assessing their current classification schemes and taxonomies to understand if they need to be updated or even rebuilt entirely.
Chris Cairns and Robert L. Read make the case for agencies to once again try to use share-in-savings contracts to modernize technology systems.
Although President Donald Trump lifted the federal hiring freeze, former DHS CHCO Jeff Neal says many agencies are stuck in hiring limbo.
It’s Public Service Recognition Week and former DHS Chief Human Capital Officer Jeff Neal has some public servants he wants to thank.
Tony Reardon, the national president of the National Treasury Employees Union (NTEU), explains why the term ‘bureaucrat’ needs to be replaced.
Rex Tillerson goes out on a limb when describing what will happen after State redesigns all of its work processes.
They toil in relative obscurity to help enable invention and the economic progress it brings.