The senior executive service faces an unprecedented time where criticism is rampant, the environment is fast-paced and the retirement bubble teeters on popping.
Agency preparations for the 2016 presidential transition are well underway. The Office of Government Ethics is adding more training programs to help its employees vet and process financial disclosure forms for new political appointees. And Congress just passed comprehensive transition legislation.
Once all the votes are tallied, the President-elect’s transition team has only 77 days to learn everything it can from the outgoing administration on matters ranging from national security to personnel staffing.
The Presidential Innovation Fellows Program and SBA launch RFP-EZ to make finding and bidding on Web and digital services contracts worth $150,000 or less easier. The team of three found the six-month project also could test out tools for contracting officers to write better RFPs.
Quick Response codes or QR codes are bar codes on steroids. They look like a 3-D crossword puzzle and can store a couple thousand characters of information within a tiny square. Clay Johnson, blogger at infovegan.com, joined DorobekINSIDER to discuss possible applications of QR codes for government.
Legislation builds on Bush-to-Obama transition success.
Why you should plan to participate.
By Dorothy Ramienski Internet Editor FederalNewsRadio The Recovery, Accountability and Transparency Board is working on the next generation of the Recovery.gov Web site. The site is where the Obama administration is tracking where the stimulus…
The Recovery, Accountability and Transparency (RAT) Board is working on the next generation of the Recovery.gov Web site. This is where the Obama administration is tracking where the stimulus spending is going. The RAT Board…
Clay Johnson, former deputy director for management at OMB, talked about the role of the chief performance officer on In-Depth with Francis Rose.
New chief performance officer has more data than ever on agency execution
Administration officials still claim some success
Federal management to remain priority in next administration