• Process management
    CBP Photo

    CBP in-person interview slows entry process

    Customs and Border Protection's programs for speeding travelers through line are yielding results, but getting people enrolled in the first place is slow going. 06/02/2014

  • Letitia Long_NGA

    Changes at the top for NGA

    Deputy DNI Robert Cardillo will succeed Letitia Long at the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency in October. 06/02/2014

  • steve kelman

    Media life and real life

    Steve Kelman reports on some public servants who are unlikely to make the papers. 06/02/2014

  • People
    Teri Takai

    Takai taking it slow on next move

    Former DOD CIO suggests another government job is unlikely. 05/30/2014

  • Workforce
    empty conference room

    Avoiding the Senior Executive Service

    While Congress takes potshots at pay and bonuses, top government executives say the SES is being decimated by morale problems and a reluctance of talented managers to join their ranks. 05/30/2014

  • First Person
    David McClure illustration

    David McClure: Know when to shift gears

    The outgoing leader of GSA's Office of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies discusses the value of moving from government to industry and back. 05/30/2014

  • Your career

    How to get ahead in government

    Technical chops and hard work are still critical, but advancing into agency leadership demands a much broader skill set. 05/30/2014

  • Intelligence
    Edward Snowden

    Snowden boasts of prominent role in intel IT

    Former NSA contractor Edward Snowden details his role in helping intelligence agency CIOs solve pressing technical problems. 05/30/2014

  • Federal CIO Steven VanRoekel, shown here at a 2012 NIST event

    VanRoekel, McCaul tapped for TechAmerica awards

    The technology trade association named federal CIO Steve VanRoekel as its government technology executive of the year and Rep. Michael McCaul as its legislator of the year. 05/30/2014

  • Cybersecurity
    futuristic cyberwar

    Iranian hackers likely targeted U.S. officials

    The hacking project used Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn to target high-ranking members of the defense and diplomatic establishment. 05/29/2014