Senior official at OMB lays out why reorganization authority is "common sense and good management."
Pinterest is a relative newcomer for agencies considering social media, but the president's campaign is taking advantage of it.
GSA guidelines don't carry the force of mandates, and GAO believes that the rules for electronic waste disposal needs the backing of an agency with enforcement powers.
OMB official argues for the importance of giving the president the authority to merge and reorganize agencies.
Memo encourages agencies to try to see the rules they're imposing in the larger context, not in isolation.
Ten years after it first passed, FISMA continues to frustrate agencies trying to comply with its requirements.
OPM director stresses managers' role in making telework work.
The 2010 halt to 30 financial management projects affected agencies in various ways, detailed in a new report.
The new White House transparency website Ethics.gov aims to be a tool for accountability by allowing search of several databases at once.
Flexible retention is "absolutely the future," according to one workplace expert.
As it turns out, federal employees do have someone in their corner. Rep. Gerry Connolly intends to fight to keep IT management and workforce issues from being compromised by hasty, ill-conceived policies and legislation.
An oversight committee wants answers on why the communications effort for a fellows program was marred with errors.