The Navy is seeking professionals who understand business fundamentals and collaborate well at all levels.
The federal judiciary has started its own YouTube channel and redesigned its Web site to raise its public profile through Web 2.0 tools.
An influential advisory body is expected to recommend that federal information technology security workers be formally certified for their cybersecurity skills.
The Department of Veterans Affairs' Jan Frye explains the rationale behind VA's Acquisition Academy.
The Federal Supervisor Training Act of 2010 (H.R. 5522) would require federal supervisors to receive initial training within one year of promotion, as well as once every three years thereafter.
A blog post about an innovative approach to workforce mentoring stirred up some bitter feelings between acquisition workers old and new.
Marc Noble, (ISC)2's director of government affairs, talks about the need for certified information security professionals and three emerging areas that need attention: software security, cloud computing and risk management.
Federal managers should combat employees' perceptions that their job is simply to follow the rules, writes FCW columnist Steve Kelman.
A Senate measure would require a training and certification program to teach the acquisition workforce about small business set-aside programs.
Some SES training courses cost 460 percent more than private universities and over 1,000 percent more than most public universities, a senior senator says.
Reaction to a recent blog post by Steve Kelman highlighted one of the barriers to knowledge management: animosity between those who know and those who need to know.
The government spends $7.9 billion annually on sophisticated cybersecurity measures, but agencies too often ignore the basics of protecting files, according to a new survey.