To support growing demand for automation technologies, ACT-IAC released an AI playbook for government agencies.
Senate Intel leaders praised efforts by government to get its backlog of active security clearance adjudications under control, but want to see the system support more diversity.
Confirmation for political appointees has lagged, and the Partnership for Public Service has some ideas for picking up the pace.
The House Oversight Committee wants to know why top officials have been able to sidestep or delay signing ethics pledges.
At a House hearing on DHS employee morale, the agency's human resources chief testified that the rankings don’t take into account ongoing efforts to address internal issues.
There's still no information yet on how the congressionally mandated NAPA study will be conducted.
The database publication, required under an executive order, is being touted as supporting workforce transparency and accountability.
The decision to relocate staff could disrupt key relationships with Congress and OMB and set the stage for a dismantling of the agency, say former employees.
Under a new rule proposed by the Office of Personnel Management, agencies would be able to offer reinstatement and higher pay grades to former federal employees who are looking to return to government after acquiring new skills.
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.
President Trump signed a defense policy bill and two funding bills that include some welcome news for federal employees.
The first three months of 2020 are critical for some of the General Services Administration's key modernization projects.
Acquisition leaders say automation technologies will allow for more accountability in government.
With a day left before the current stopgap measure funding the federal government expires, the Senate advanced two bills to avert a shutdown and keep government open through the end of fiscal year 2020.
House and Senate votes push sought-after benefits one step closer to becoming law.
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This will be the year when IT governance practices drive a new wave of mission benefits, rather than just better control over IT infrastructure spending.
New entrants bring new applications that add significant value to government data.
In a rapidly changing environment, expecting overworked acquisition staff to become experts in every emerging technology is unrealistic.
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