The Locality Pay Equity Act would get rid of discrepancies in policies between General Schedule and Federal Wage System workers
The Trump administration's plan to merge the Office of Personnel Management with the General Services Administration is going to have to wait another year, if a provision included in the 2020 National Defense Authorization Act is passed into law.
A provision in the defense bill would give feds with one year on the job the benefit of 12 weeks of paid leave to care for a new child.
The must-pass defense bill is set to emerge from conference committee with a provision that gives civilian feds 12 weeks of paid parental leave.
Adm. Mike Gilday, the Chief of Naval Operations, directs senior leaders to incorporate technology to enhance maintenance, training, and warfighting capabilities.
The reversal took place after "consultation with Congress and privacy experts," a Customs and Border Protection spokesman says.
The Data Science Training Pilot gives agencies a chance to see the benefits of data science projects while reskilling employees.
Congress, the White House and federal employment groups are at odds over pay increases for civilian federal employees.
Unconscious bias is just one of the unintended consequences complicating government's use of AI.
DOD materiel readiness leaders battle with getting military construction funding for tech infrastructure, which could mean slower adaptation and modernization.
Customs and Border Protection added new features to the website that powers the Visa Waiver Program, but the rollout was marred by glitches.
CIOs can use hard data to help add value to the modernization discussion.
The elevation of CISA and maturation of Cyber Command have clarified "big picture" responsibilities for the U.S. government's cyber mission, but private-sector coordination remains a question mark.
Steve Kelman writes that the three-year-old program that provides summer digital tech fellowships in federal agencies is drawing rave reviews from students and agency managers alike.
The Office of Management and Budget's new internet connection guidance is just what the General Services Administration's next-generation telecommunications contract needs, according to experts.
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Steve Kelman talks with the Navy's Justin Fanelli about lessons learned over a decade of federal agile projects.
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A government-backed school for cyber modeled on West Point or the Naval Academy could provide military and civilian agencies sorely needed operators.
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