In a recent study, columnist Steve Kelman found that the best performance comes from a mix of hard and soft management styles.
A new framework gives agencies a uniform approach to evaluating Senior Executive Service employees.
Video teleconferencing technology could help the Interior Department save millions yearly, but technical problems have plagued the efforts for a departmentwide implementation.
Federal regulations are notoriously hard to understand, but this week a government agency took yet another step in simplifying complex language.
Feds have sacrificed enough, union says.
Lawmakers seek to improve federal intern conversion.
The Air Force's ongoing restructuring effort leads to another round of voluntary retirement and separation.
A joint effort between DHS and State will offer courses in a virtual worlds environment for federal cybersecurity professionals.
The Office of Personnel Management is seeking a contractor to help match employees with mentors.
Security for IT systems is too complex to lay on any one set of shoulders, expert warns.
Republican leaders in the House of Representatives announced that they would accept compromise legislation that provides a two-month extension of the payroll tax cut set to expire at the beginning of the year.
Federal human resources officials weigh in on their worries for the new year.