Best-value trade-offs are time-consuming and a sticky subject, especially when they involve complex contracts, a lot of money and bid protests.
Programs are under way to identify, educate and provide career paths for potential cybersecurity professionals demanded by government and private industry, a panel of experts said, but it will be years before the pipeline is producing.
A trade group has developed a certification program that will help agency managers keep cloud operations and software management humming.
The FBI's inspector general today alleged that agents and supervisors cheated on an operations exam delivered online.
A recent study shows that employees are often dissatisfied with supervisors who have technical rather than managerial chops, writes columnist Steve Kelman.
Defense Secretary Robert Gates ordered the military to adopt tighter security measures and improve methods that unit commanders use to share medical information about potentially violent individuals under their command.
A new report indicates that top human capital officials believe many federal human resource professionals might not have the skills necessary for improving the way the government hires, motivates and keeps employees.
A couple of old-line security pros warn that cybersecurity jobs – especially in government – are likely to be frustrating for qualified hackers. But there also are some upsides to the work.
Management resistance to telework is rational and born of experience, but it need not be a permanent obstacle, writes Patricia Niehaus, president of the Federal Managers Association.
Old mainframe computers stay at a company longer than the employees who know how to run them, according to a news report.
The Cloud Security Alliance is offering a Certificate for Cloud Security Knowledge based on its guidelines for best security practices.
The Navy is seeking professionals who understand business fundamentals and collaborate well at all levels.