Academic research is full of surprises, Steve Kelman maintains, even though many people believe it only shows what's already obvious.
Cloud services can help agencies manage the security and logistical concerns that arise when employees bring their own tech devices to work, writes Jim Lucier.
After nearly 35 years of small-business contracting goals, it's worth asking how the set-asides are doing in delivering the intended results.
In an age when employees are expected to always be available, maintaining a work/life boundary is tough -- but managers can make it happen.
'Inclusion recruiting' might seem like a fuzzy concept, but Sampriti Ganguli argues that it makes for a much more effective workplace than focusing on diversity alone.
In the United States, cultural and political opposition to a national identity card is all but insurmountable. Yet the need for a workable solution grows more pressing by the day.
A cloud platform solves some problems but introduces new security risks. Richard Moulds provides strategies for addressing them.
It says a lot about the budget limbo we live in that yet another continuing resolution counts as progress.
NOAA's recently revealed reprogramming of funds should come as a shock to no one, says Alan Balutis.
A study from nearly 20 years ago could provide insight into improving the federal work environment, writes Steve Kelman.
Why are there so many chiefs in government? And if that word is in your title, are you a hotshot or a hat rack?
Technology implemented without rethinking processes won't solve much, writes consultant Jaime Gracia.