Management and Workforce


OPM: USAJobs has turned a corner

The poorly performing USAJobs website is showing signs of recovery, according to OPM Director John Berry.

Chad Storlie

Hiring veterans: Strategies for success

Agencies can benefit by hiring military veterans, and these tips will help them make the most of veterans' skills and talents.

4 tips toward good communication for managers

Example: Employees need to understand national politics. Why? Read on.

GSA wants to take the telework reins

GSA's new telework policy could help other agencies loosen up and allow more remote work, says expert.

GSA begins major telework push

GSA signs new telework policy that aims to promote teamwork and guide federal supervisors in managing a mobile workforce.

USAJobs on brink of becoming a political issue

The disastrous USAJobs relaunch is starting to raise the eyebrows of lawmakers and other stakeholders.

Story of $16 muffin, true or not, makes a splash

A report about the Justice Department overpaying for food was not quite accurate, but it rang true with some readers.

Pentagon official under investigation resigns

A DOD leader suspected of waste and mismanagement has stepped down

Federal CIO VanRoekel unveils plan to boost government innovation

Obama’s chief information officer highlights how "Shared First" and "Future First" initiatives will help cut waste and make the most of IT investments.

Senator asks federal CIO to resolve USAJobs crisis

With the USAJobs website technical problems extending into a third week, Sen. John Kerry of Massachusetts is calling on Federal CIO Steven VanRoekel to get involved.

OPM says capacity issues for USAJobs resolved

A senior official in charge of the USAJobs federal job search website said the agency is now addressing search problems, but users continue to complain about site performance.

Your employees could be your best source of new ideas, managers advise

A panel at the Executive Leadership Conference agrees the workforce is a potential source of innovative thinking.