Ongoing studies show that a positive mind-set can have a measurable impact on performance, which offers some tantalizing insights for federal managers, writes columnist Steve Kelman.
Veterans Affairs leaders rebuff congressional calls for the removal of John Gingrich over his responsibility for spending abuses.
A new survey finds cyberattacks against U.S. targets – both public and private sector – are increasing dramatically in frequency and cost.
A system the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services uses to provide data to users about their eligibility has shown marked progress in processing speed and reliability after upgrades, audit finds.
An audit finds that DOD agencies often award contracts to the only bidder without trying to expand competition, despite DOD's own guidance.
Federal managers can simplify a complex decision-making process -- and ensure success -- by anticipating and addressing concerns in four basic areas.
Former GSA official J. David Bethel is watching sales of his political-thriller novel and working on new tales.