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Only 35% of Federal Employees Are Fully Prepared for Long Term Care Costs

The bulk of the federal workforce is uncertain about managing long term care costs. Careful planning and consideration can get employees on track toward retirement financial stability. // Shutterstock

New “Yelp for Government” Is a Five-Star Idea

The government's new partnership with Yelp is a promising development for federal customer experience.

Is Your Agency Focused Enough on Developing Future Leaders?

How to retain and grow qualified leadership for Senior Executive Service

Only 3 Out of 10 Federal Employees Factoring Long Term Care into Retirement Considerations

With the retirement wave approaching, it is more important than ever that federal employees begin mapping out their long term care options.

Nearly 8 in 10 Feds Have Had an Experience with Long Term Care

More than half of feds have been, are, or expect to be caregivers. Are you one of them?

Three States Engaging in Data-Driven Innovation

The public sector is channeling the power of data analytics toward health, security, and beyond.

Defending Against Cyber Threats with Incident Response

What Feds Need to Know Before the Next Cyber Threat

Defense One National Security Survey: September 1, 2015

A new survey of 465 national security professionals suggests widespread doubts on the U.S.-led campaign to defeat the Islamic State and the Obama Administration's signature nuclear agreement with Iran.

Inside Services Contracting

Perspectives from three government leaders on how agencies can use staff augmentation and shared services to maximize their needs for flexibility, cost, and operational control.

Federal Employees Seek Better Understanding in the Workplace

Study finds a majority of federal employees feel misunderstood in the workplace.

This Cyber Threat Can Bring Government Business to a Halt

Distributed Denial of Service Attacks Are Increasing in Volume and Frequency