MANAGEMENT - ALL ARTICLES

Results 4681-4690 of 11631

How VA Is Using Big Data to Keep Patients Out of the Hospital

Doctors combine assessment tools and analytics to address high-risk cases early.

A Federal Holiday Poem

Our annual ode to federal employees.

Analysis: The Government Is Horrible at Predictions (So Is Everybody Else)

Our appetite for predicting the future will always be greater than our capacity.

Must-Reads in 2014: Agency Strategic Plans

Don’t overlook this treasure trove of useful information about performance and cross-agency goals.

Sen. Tom Coburn, R-Okla., a longtime deficit hawk, outlines his annual “Wastebook."

Agencies Beg to Differ With Entries in Senator’s ‘Wastebook’

NASA education contractor and humanities endowment take issue with unflattering portrayals of projects.

Procurement Policy Chief to Leave Post for Private Firm

Joseph Jordan to join Fedbid as president of its public sector operations.

The current Federal Bureau of Investigation headquarters

GSA Reassures D.C. It’s Still Eligible for New FBI Headquarters Site

Virginia and Maryland proposals had overshadowed Anacostia submission.

Why You Should Lead Like a Monk

How service, selflessness, indifference and detachment changed one CEO’s life.

The Bay Bridge in northern California is a stretch of Interstate 80 that connects San Francisco and Oakland.

How Federal Investment in Highways, Science and Schools Has Changed in 50 Years

Discretionary spending in those areas has declined since the 1960s as a portion of GDP, budget analysts find.