OPM CTO David Bowen has been tasked with upgrading the federal retirement system and ensured continued operations of USAJobs.gov.
Market Connections released a new survey with insights into social media use by 533 federal, state and local government employees.
OPM’s online jobs system is proving to be more expensive and less efficient than private-sector offerings, writes Adam Davidson, a former Oracle executive.
The eGov fund has made a partial comeback, with House and Senate leaders increasing funding in the final version of the fiscal 2012 spending bill.
The long-awaited--some say long-dreaded--Timeline application on Facebook that showcases past photographs and status updates is finally available.
Social media users are becoming sophisticated in finding and spreading information about government.
There's more to social media reach than counting followers and fans.
The Sunlight Foundation transparency group released its revamped version of Capitol Word, a tool by which to gauge popularity of words used by Congress.
A former CTO of the Defense Intelligence Agency advises caution for federal agencies considering Android devices.
Innovation got pushed to the back burner as feds faced down pay freezes, shutdowns and budget cuts.
At the two-year anniversary of the Obama administration's Open Government Directive, agencies are lagging behind on meeting their transparency deadlines.
The General Services Administration is preparing to roll out a new platform for real-time social media collaboration in the cloud for its employees