Second round of buyouts went to more than 1,000 workers, most of which are in the agency's headquarters.
With cyber theft and other crime on the rise, agencies must get aggressive in defense, according to the GAO.
Policy attempts to clarify the continuous monitoring concept, part of an effort to improve FISMA.
Jason Zuckerman talks about the importance of OSC's work and how managers can ensure that federal workplaces adhere to ethical standards.
Primarily for consumers, portable devices lack security features needed survive in a government environment.
The Office of Special Counsel reminds agencies not to try to stifle reports of wrongdoing.
The goal of regulatory reform is to reduce the burden on private organizations dealing with the government.
Federal financial professionals are embracing the idea of shifting from capital expenditures, but getting everyone on the same page is a challenge.
The White House is making progress on realizing its vision of building a technology-savvy, citizen-centric government.
GAO and its many reports face renewed scrutiny as budget pressure heats up in Washington.
Green Button not only helps citizens better understand their energy use but it could also spur more innovation, according to Energy Department CTO.
Changes to personnel management system removes minimum bonus requirement.