Management and Workforce


Employees sue FDA over privacy violations

A group of FDA staffers filed suit against the agency for monitoring their personal email on agency computers.

Survey: Federal telework gains momentum

More federal employees say their managers are willing to give telework a go.

Alan Balutis

Why career feds are needed now more than ever

The increasingly complicated issues facing agencies are not a good fit for short-term appointees, writes Cisco's Alan Balutis.

IJIS exec makes jump to private industry

Leader of institute dedicated to information sharing plans to step down.

2012: The rise of the virtual workforce

2012 will see a more intense focus on building a 'hyper-productive, hyper-available' federal workforce.

Feds owe $1B in back taxes

Almost 100,000 federal employees owe more than $1 billion in unpaid taxes -- and that could cost them their jobs.

More feds use mobile devices for work than expected

New research shows significant use of mobile devices among federal IT workers.

New program points cyber pros toward government careers

Professional association beefs up its program to target early-career cybersecurity workers.

Blue Button ready for all feds

Federal health plans to provide feds with access to medical records and health data with the click of a button.

How to manage sequestration

Federal agencies have signficant discretion in how to handle the 2013 sequester, according to industry experts.

White House summer jobs program offers technology training

Federal Chief Technology Officer Aneesh Chopra announced tech-related commitments to the White House's summer jobs program for young Americans.

How real is the threat of disgruntled feds jumping to industry?

If federal employees can survive the coming tough year, chances are 2013 could bring some relief, one expert says.