Results 7411-7420 of 9943

Report recommends limited use of pay incentives

Measurement should focus on intrinsic motivation and allow for failure, researcher says.

CBO lowers estimated 2006 budget deficit to $260 billion

House minority leader calls new numbers the “latest evidence” Republicans cannot keep spending under control.

Turning Ideas Into Action

If a call for change comes from the ranks, does it really make a sound?

Punishments stemming from IG probes on the rise

Suspensions and debarments of contractors nearly doubled in 2005, but savings from inspectors’ recommendations fell by 6.7 percent.

DHS to speed contractors' exemptions from lawsuits

Applications for products already in use, or involved in an ongoing procurement, have better odds of getting to the front of the line.

GSA creates office to help agencies meet ID card deadline

Office will provide end-to-end identity management services to participating agencies.

Senate joins debate over snowmobile use at Yellowstone

The rules governing snowmobile use at Yellowstone have prompted frequent legal challenges.

Library of Congress undergoing workforce transformation

Nearly 200 employees take advantage of a voluntary incentive to retire early, as library prepares to digitally preserve its collection.

IRS to beef up monitoring of employee e-mails

Nearly three quarters of mailboxes reviewed contained inappropriate messages.

Legislator pushes public-private partnership for bomb detection tech

Machines sampling vapors for traces of explosives could find liquid devices, private sector experts say.