New bill is an effort to stave off automatic cuts at DOD with targeted reductions.
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.
Federal agencies are on their way to meeting hiring reform goals as laid out by President Obama in 2010, according to OPM.
A late-night deal avoided a partial government shutdown, the fifth such occasion this year.
Procurement documents reveal a tracking system that may include collecting the movements of Veterans Affairs employees.
Creative, effective and organized? So's everyone else on LinkedIn.
Jody Thompson, who helped invent the concept of a results-only work environment, explains why ROWE makes good sense in the federal government.
A majority of FCW readers give the thumbs-up to feds using work computers to do their holiday shopping.
Analysts predict 2012 will see more focus on mobility and social media use in federal agencies.
Online comments provide a gauge of the stories that most intrigued our readers in 2011.
Federal employees deserve a break after a year filled with talk of shutdowns, furloughs and pay freezes.
Agencies are increasingly comfortable with telework, but at least one expert thinks the concept may soon be a thing of the past.