Assessment reveals hits and misses over 24 key performance metrics.
GSA Administrator Martha Johnson says that connectivity and collaboration are better measures of work than direct oversight.
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.
More than 61,000 have pledged to work remotely next week, the majority of whom are federal employees.
Managers can take off the silk gloves. Millennial employees are neither fragile nor afraid of hard work.
The federal CIO sounded a familiar refrain at an AFCEA breakfast.
Anti-government sentiments lower morale among federal employees and make it harder to recruit new talent, according to a Democratic lawmaker.
While federal information security professionals report job stability and opportunities for advancement, hiring managers are still trying to figure out how to find highly skilled candidates.
Up to 800 employees at Los Alamos National Laboratory could soon be offered voluntary buyouts.
The Defense Department's budget may have used a little accounting magic to meet discretionary spending caps.