Management and Workforce


NASA scores high on innovation

Feds are gung-ho about innovation, but managers are still on the fence.

Sequestration portends ominous future for some feds

The expected budget cuts could eradicate many federal jobs, according to a 'bleak but clear-cut' analysis.

Will the digital strategy change management patterns?

To achieve the plan's goals, federal managers will need to give up some control over employees and information.

NASA beefs up telework plan

The space agency seeks to complement its Work From Anywhere program with new mobility strategy.

Why federal managers resist telework

That agency managers don't all embrace telework is not news, but why? Here are some answers.

The federal pay debate: To be continued

Why can't the disagreement over which sector earns the most be settled for once and for all?

GSA offers 1,000 workers early buyouts

Second round of buyouts went to more than 1,000 workers, most of which are in the agency's headquarters.

Sharing employees could ease agency cost pressure

A departing CHCO suggests ways to save money through creative workforce approaches.

Learning the lessons of open projects

Lessons learned from the successful development of the Internet could teach federal leaders how to take on particularly "wicked" problems.

Bill addresses SES pay compression

Two lawmakers sponsor a bill to reform senior executive service compensation.

Budget pressures, workforce woes and cyber threats converge

A shortage of skilled IT pros comes at a time when cybersecurity must compete for sparse funding.

GAO: Funding ambiguity hinders hiring

Delays in collecting and then distributing workforce-support money causes uncertainty about spending the money to aid the acquisition workforce.

Who's Fed 100-worthy?

Nominations are now open for the 2015 Federal 100 awards. Get the details and submit your picks!