Republican Mitt Romney and Democrat Barack Obama offer competing visions for America. But how do they stand on federal priorities?
With sequestration possible in just a few months, experts offer tips to help managers minimize the impact of budget cuts on employees and agency missions.
The federal workforce is on the hot seat as policymakers try to cut costs, but the simple question of how big the workforce is yields no definitive answer.
Academic research is full of surprises, Steve Kelman maintains, even though many people believe it only shows what's already obvious.
President Barack Obama suggested a pay raise for federal employees, but it's conditional on lawmakers working together.
Technology aids the workforce, but the government's IT security personnel need investments in training and development opportunities to truly thrive.
The Republican party's platform details plans for the federal workforce, including changes to pay and a vision for a smaller government.
Acting Administrator Dan Tangherlini promises more savings yet to come in his quest to curb waste.
'Inclusion recruiting' might seem like a fuzzy concept, but Sampriti Ganguli argues that it makes for a much more effective workplace than focusing on diversity alone.
The latest technologies and refinements to managerial best practices offer new opportunities for improving and extending telework programs.
The president's plan would grant feds a modest pay raise -- but only under one condition, which might be hard to meet.
After being chastised for squandering money on various occasions, the agency taps its employees to get the best ideas on how to reduce costs and cut waste.