A day after J. David Cox resigned amid charges of sexual harassment and misusing union funds, other alleged victims react to the newest allegations.
J. David Cox, national president of the American Federation of Government Employees, resigned while under suspension for allegations of misconduct.
As public sector job satisfaction dips, Rep. Wexton wants the 2020 White House hopefuls to restore faith in civil service.
David Safavian was administrator of the Office of Federal Procurement Policy when he was arrested in 2005.
The Department of Energy is replacing Karen Evans at DOE's Cybersecurity, Energy Security and Emergency Response office with a cyber official from NSA.
The number two official at the Department of Veterans Affairs was fired Feb. 3 by Secretary Robert Wilkie as the agency faces down a key milestone in a $16 billion tech project.
Meet the women and men being honored for their exceptional contributions to federal IT.
Julie Dunne will lead the Federal Acquisition Service at GSA on a permanent basis.
After 30 years at the General Services Administration, Mary Davie is headed for a new innovation post at NASA.
Confirmation for political appointees has lagged, and the Partnership for Public Service has some ideas for picking up the pace.
Federal CIO Suzette Kent said that work is happening behind the scenes to launch the Chief Data Officers Council and make progress on Technology Business Management.
Ty Schieber will head the accrediting body for DOD's upcoming cybersecurity certification program.
The final deadline for submissions is Tuesday, Jan. 7.
You now have until Tuesday, Jan. 7, to get them in. Happy holidays!
J. David Cox, already on a leave of absence due to sexual harassment charges, now faces allegations of violations of union's "no politics" rule.
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