The council overseeing general schedule locality pay at the Office of Personnel Management recommended adding two new locality pay areas and changing the rules under which localities are eligible for higher locality pay.
Congress passed landmark cybersecurity legislation in late 2015, but Pentagon agencies have a spotty record of implementation, according to a watchdog report.
Steve Kelman reports that Coding it Forward is turning temporary college-break postings into longer-term public service commitments.
With Democrats taking control of the House, the 2020 census could see some significant changes.
Top acquisition officials from DHS and DISA worry the overuse of OTAs could bring on legislation to rein them in.
The inspector general report documents a range of sloppy or incomplete IT practices for agency systems that support national security functions.
In two years under a unified government, proposed workforce been defined by quarrels with federal unions, disputes over proposed pay freezes and retirement cuts and plans to reorganize the federal government.
One of the most popular lawmakers on IT modernization issues is in a tight race for his political survival.
The ongoing political fight over the Trump administration's handling of the FBI headquarters plan could ensnare the popular chief of the General Services Administration.
The Department of Homeland Security is monitoring voting nationwide from an operations center that includes representatives from states, political parties and federal law enforcement.
In comments to Federal CIO Suzette Kent on the "Cloud Smart" policy, some big cloud providers said there are differences in models, but federal government should stick with NIST's cloud definition.
A national opinion study commissioned by the Census Bureau warned a controversial question on citizenship could be a "major barrier" to operations.
Union talks are grinding to a halt across multiple agencies, and a group of Senate Democrats wants to know if it's because negotiators are taking their cues from invalidated executive orders.
As the Trump Administration looks to split OPM between the White House and the General Services Administration, longtime human resources experts hope the HR shop can retain some autonomy.
The Defense Department has loaned personnel to Homeland Security in effort to prevent -- or react to -- election hacking attempts.
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