Troy Harper, the general manager of the public sector for OnSolve, offers advice for how agencies can be more proactive during times of emergency.
Section 814 of the Senate’s recently passed defense spending bill seeks to modify the limitations on certain single award task and delivery order contracts.
Guest columnists Steve Hellem and James Strock say the whole world is looking to Washington for leadership and does not like what it sees, prompting a potential need for civil servants to step up.
Money, human capital and project management all come together in the IRS’ modernization travails.
Amanda Sparks, a writer and researcher, offers six tips to keep federal employees and their data safe from cyber attacks.
In Mike Causey’s absence, long-time reader and IRS retiree Tony Krolik writes about his retirement and tries to quell the fears of feds worried about moving on the face of threatened benefits cuts.
MaryAnn Monroe, director of customer experience for HighPoint Global, explains how the new President’s Management Agenda is helping agencies better meet citizens’ needs.
Scott Schlimmer, co-founder of Cybersaint Security, and Bill Brennan, senior director of cyber business enablement at Leidos, explain why contractors could risk losing their contracts if they don’t comply.
Wishing federal employees a Happy July Fourth holiday while Mike Causey is on vacation this week.
Jake Bittner, the CEO of Qlarion, explains how agencies can add more value to the open data movement.
Guest columnist Nancy Crosby writes that talk of cuts to federal retirement benefits is nothing new, but the rumored tsunami of retirement has been reduced to a slow and steady leak of attrition.
Guest columnist Marc Harris, a retired federal employee, offers his gratitude for the huge numbers of civilian employees who supported the war effort.
Section 846 is the latest procurement reform initiative that seeks to strike the right balance between unique government requirements and acquisition streamlining.
Guest columnist Abraham Grungold, a federal employee and burgeoning financial coach in Florida, offers his federal employee retirement planning checklist.