An analysis of thousands of tweets about the recent lavish spending at a GSA conference shows a surprising mix of views about the scandal, according to a new study.
Despite popular belief, public perception of the government workforce and pervasive anti-government rhetoric hasn't put a damper on young people's desire to become public servants.
Further revelations and a key official's refusal to talk generate strong reactions.
Agency offered tax breaks in exchange for payments, according to reports.
Audit finds GSA's assisted acquisition service center, FEDSIM, without complete files on high-risk contracts.
When her husband needed medical care last year, Casey Coleman found that federal telework policies made it possible to manage work and home.
Feds comprised the majority of pledges during Telework Week.
Once the dust settles, the hard work will begin to build a stronger, more customer-focused agency.
In the wake of the scandal, agencies are concerned that all training and networking events will be trimmed.
A familiar concept in the private sector, gamification makes a splash in the federal space.
The General Services Administration's Social Media Registry is designed to allow agencies to manage their social media accounts while validating them for users worried that they might be fake.
Rep. Jeff Denham's call to dismantle GSA meets skepticism and opposition in the acquisition community.