A survey reveals that lack of basic IT security understanding and carelessness are common among IT workers.
The defeat of the latest effort to extend the pay freeze doesn't mean feds are safe from further attempts.
Focusing attention on activities that truly drive workforce productivity allows managers to spend more time doing the things that count, writes Adam Cole of the Corporate Executive Board.
Federal auditors found that the majority of bonus payments made to retain key employees at Veterans Affairs agencies were lacking in proper justifications and documentations.
Agencies are falling short in properly planning and coordinating their cybersecurity human capital, according to a GAO report.
Data collection is just the first step toward better decision-making among federal agencies, report says.
Under a new directive, agencies are required to better document and overhaul their recordkeeping systems.
Has GSA cracked the code for telework success?
For a brief moment, the pay of contractors, not feds, was the focus of ax-wielding lawmakers.
Ambiguous language makes it unclear to federal employees whether they are allowed to use online shopping sites while at work.
The Senate has passed the spending bill, once again averting a potential, partial government shutdown.
Pursuing an IT certification could help government IT professionals land a better job or get them more pay, survey says.