Social media platforms are increasingly used to better understand what people are doing and saying, says GSA's Sheila Campbell.
The new congress brings a new roster of overseers, aided by some familiar names.
SBA's Karen Mills announces she will leave her post when her successor is confirmed.
Moving into the exective ranks demands a proven track record and some high-level skills, but it's not a mystery.
Citing budget uncertainties, the Air Force has a tentative plan for rescheduling the planned conference.
Melissa Starinsky believes the weakness of federal acquisition training is not in the details of contracting.
Energy Secretary Steven Chu plans to step down.
While his controversial statements on homosexuals and Israel are more widely known, the Defense secretary nominee may also have to answer for what he has said about the DOD budget.
This year's honorees represent a wide range of accomplishments, such as guarding against the next wave of cyberattacks and deploying mission-driven big data projects. Read on for the full list of winners and information about the gala celebration coming in March.
Ray LaHood will not stay through President Obama's second term.
An early adopter of social media and blogging in the government, Linda Cureton is looking toward a new horizon.
Thomas Sharpe, who is taking the corner office at GSA's Federal Acquisition Service, has been on the other side of the fence for years.