Managers and human capital practitioners often have different ideas of how to plan for the next generation of technology leaders, study shows.
NTEU survey says Americans believe the government needs to commit more resources and manpower to areas such as food safety, veterans’ assistance, and nuclear safety.
Congress and the president adjust some deadlines in the STOCK Act, but opponents still object to public disclosure.
J. David Cox will take over as national president.
Unchanging travel spending rate aligns with acting administrator's ongoing agency review.
External pressures make the jobs of chief human capital officers harder, but they aren't ready to give up, according to survey.
A careful analysis led the EEOC to find a few simple adjustments to make up for lost funds. Here's how they did it.
A study from nearly 20 years ago could provide insight into improving the federal work environment, writes Steve Kelman.
Why are there so many chiefs in government? And if that word is in your title, are you a hotshot or a hat rack?
The federal job site gets the green light on cybersecurity.
Research finds support for smart restructuring, but doubts about the ability to execute or achieve long-term gains.
So who makes more, feds or private-sector workers? What's the better deal, contracting work or using federal employees? GAO says it doesn't know either. Why are these questions so challenging?