Fireside chats for the 21st century Podcasts are a new way for the government to reach out to citizens
Wired for telework Federal agencies struggle to overcome reservations about a flexible work option they must offer eligible employees
Doan: Restoring customer confidence is job one
The new administrator wants GSA to be the government’s premier procurement agency
VA probes employee access to sensitive data
Federal health services choose VA imaging standard
Editorial: The real debate As people fret about perceived ethical issues, what they are really concerned about it whether the government is over outsourced
Welles: Wash hands, floss teeth
House bill defunds parts of NSPS
Citing basic workers’ rights, Congress and courts denounce DOD personnel system
The first 90 days: Success strategies
Mainframe at your service
Service-oriented architecture is making big iron a first-class player — again
E-Security stops data loss
Education to drive state, local IT spending in ’07
But vendors will feel effects of unemployment, higher energy prices, fewer federal dollars
Federal City to rise on the banks of the Mississippi
No one-size-fits-all approach for EVM
New FAR rule allows agencies to tailor their IT project management policies
Dennet lays out priorities for OFPP
DHS: EAGLE will solidify standards
Welcoming new citizens
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A two-year campaign that prompted the Department of Homeland Security to issue its first-ever emergency directive to agencies to shore up cyber defenses appears in part to have been an attempt to spy on U.S. government internet traffic.
A rule change allows furloughed feds and those working without pay to take out loans against their retirement during shutdowns.
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