Training


SBA site offers Web 2.0 tools

Business.gov Community is a place where small-business owners can collaborate on questions and ideas, the SBA says.

Government reform groups merge

The Council for Excellence in Government will merge its major programs and employees into the Partnership for Public Service.

FAA suffers massive data breach; more than 45,000 affected

The agency said the personally identifiable information of more than 45,000 employees and retirees was electronically stolen.

New university concentrates on IT

The institution will offer graduate-level courses on computing systems, cognitive computing and artificial intelligence.

Are you ready for retirement?

Several factors play into a decision about whether to retire or keep on working — and now the economy is one of them.

Letter: Lack of experienced auditors, inspectors leads to high acquisition workforce turnover

A reader writes to say inexperienced auditors and inspectors leads to high turnover rates in the acquisition workforce.

Kelman: Young workers like some rules

Agencies can keep employees longer with rules that guide but don’t confine creativity.

Letter: Don't blame contractors for data leaks

A reader writes to say employees of the Defense Department and the federal government share blame for data leaks.

The makings of a federal police e-academy

The Homeland Security Department's Federal Law Enforcement Training Center is exploring using electronic learning solutions to make its courses more accessible and affordable.

Security specialists in demand

Increasing network threats drive the need for professional experience and certifications.

Letter: Employees should produce something to justify wages

A reader shares his management style.

Certified for security

Agencies should know how many employees at managed-security service providers carry certifications.