Educating industry and federal procurement workers on the basics of cyber threats is part of a holistic supply chain security strategy, said the head ODNI's National Counterintelligence and Security Center.
Steve Kelman considers the research on what makes for an effective motivator.
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.
The Trump impeachment and trial put whistleblowers in the public eye, but behind the headlines, officials say, agency whistleblowers are subject to reprisal.
A few of the Democratic candidates for president are making federal employment, civil service issues and government procurement part of their campaign platforms.
An emergency motion would pause an Office of Special Counsel policy designed to tamp down federal workplace advocacy of impeachment.
Data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics indicates that public sector union membership is five times greater than in the private sector.
Two House committee chairs say they're concerned about a planned Equal Employment Opportunity Commission rule that would limit union representation at proceedings.
As contract negotiations play out, the American Federation of Government Employees is looking to address what it calls "attacks on science."
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.
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Martha Dorris offers 10 predictions for how agencies will improve CX this year.
A Commission on Privacy and Data should be created to develop legislation, taking the EU's General Data Protection Regulation and the California Consumer Privacy Act as a starting point to extend protections to individuals regarding data and privacy.
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.
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