Republican Mitt Romney and Democrat Barack Obama offer competing visions for America. But how do they stand on federal priorities?
In a rare joint appearance, two former DOD leaders to take Congress to task for exacerbating the top U.S. threats: budget cuts and the national debt.
With sequestration possible in just a few months, experts offer tips to help managers minimize the impact of budget cuts on employees and agency missions.
The White House has outlined plans for implementing $1.2 trillion in budget reductions across the federal government.
An expected spending agreement would keep the government functioning, add some funding for high-priority programs.
Technology aids the workforce, but the government's IT security personnel need investments in training and development opportunities to truly thrive.
Informing potential victims of a data breach as early as possible seems like a sensible policy, but it's not that easy.
Agencies labor mightily to hit small-business contracting targets, but the emphasis on score cards overshadows some larger questions about set-asides.
A bill, expected to pass this week, would make it mandatory for agencies to factor customer service into employee appraisals.
The administration says it needs more time to figure out the details on across-the-board budget cuts set to take effect in January, but the report itself expected to contain few surprises.
A rumored order would allegedly implement parts of a bill that stalled in Congress this year.
The Republicans and Democrats each target cybersecurity in their platforms, but much of what they're offering sounds very familiar.