Are you leaving at the first opportunity? Or are you planning to work extra because you like the job or your coworkers and want to build your annuity?
For more than 25 years, the Executive Leadership Conference operated by the American Council for Technology and the Industry Advisory Council has drawn IT executives from government and industry.
The General Services Administration has been rethinking the design of government workspaces, adding features that allow federal employees to do their jobs more effectively.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the State Department said the breach potentially exposed the personally identifiable information of about 1 percent of its employees.
In the waning days of cubicle farms, researchers have recently come forward with new data that challenges some of the myths around open office designs.
The government should be the employer of choice for many people. But is it? Let’s take a look at some of the reasons you might recommend a government job, and some reasons why you might not.
It might seem like a harmless enough idea but growing marijuana on a remote patch of federal land damages forests, poisons wildlife and pollutes waterways.
The commander of Air Education and Training Command wants to overhaul the service’s process for training new pilots, and artificial intelligence will play a major role.
In today’s Federal Newscast, Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson laid out a plan to add 74 squadrons, but said the service does not have specifics for what kind of aircraft it may need to buy.
The Health and Human Services Department is taking a page out the playbook of major retailers, and it’s using blockchain to make it happen.
John Snoderly, learning director of engineering at the Defense Acquisition University in Fort Belvoir, Virginia, explained why open systems are critical to weapons system interoperability.
Last year, Congress was all about continuing resolutions and a lapse in appropriation. This year a few appropriations bills are already past conference and ready to send to the White House.
Army Secretary Mark Esper wants the Peacekeeping and Stability Operations Institute gone because the service is composed of warriors, not peacekeepers, but Army brass want to keep it.
Online services are supposed to be uncomplicated. It’s the programmer’s job to mask complexity.
Tom Temin is the host of The Federal Drive, 6 a.m.-10 a.m. on 1500 AM in the Washington, D.C. region and online everywhere. Tom has 30 years experience in journalism, mostly in technology markets.
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