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Social Media Masters

Older workers are driving use of social media in the workplace, survey finds.

Busy Signal

Like many federal job seekers, IT professionals looking for work are having a hard time getting through to HR.

Pay Boost in 2012?

From September 2009 to September 2010, the change in the Employment Cost Index was 1.6 percent, a figure the president could use as a basis for his pay raise recommendation.

HR Tech: Help or Hindrance?

Automated hiring processes have helped many organizations fill vacancies faster and cheaper, but it's unclear whether government can reap the same benefits.

Award-Winning Leadership

Program recognizes individuals who have significantly enhanced the information security workforce.

FOIA Workers Need Money, Tech

Survey finds offices are short-staffed and ill-equipped to process requests quickly.

Defense's Biggest Cyber Challenge?

General says the Pentagon must find 1,000 cybersecurity workers a year over the next few years.

Tech-Savvy Winners

Many recipients of this year's Sammie awards relied on IT to do the heavy lifting in their jobs.

Techies Want Flexibility

Options such as telework have climbed to No. 3 on the list of incentives employers are offering to lure IT candidates.

Got a Deficit? Outsource IT Jobs

Private companies may be taking over for federal workers in the technology sector.

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