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Survey finds agencies are not taking full advantage of data analysis

Sixty-seven percent are using new techniques, but few are completely integrating them into operations.

A TigerShark unmanned aerial vehicle descends to land at an undisclosed location following a mission.

Analysis: Taking bots into battle

As unmanned systems advance, do humans have to remain in the loop?

Does Telework Work?

Measuring program results is a challenge.

Schmidt resigns from White House cyber post

Howard Schmidt, who coordinated the Obama Administration's push for cybersecurity policy and legislation, is stepping down after two-and-a-half years on the job.

The Next Big Thing in Telework

Bring your own device strategies dominate Telework Town Hall.

GSA’s Office of the Chief Information Officer's A3 Strategy allows employees to telework using laptops, smartphones and tablets.

Beleaguered GSA praised for telework program

Agency honored, along with USDA and Homeland Security, for innovations in promoting the work arrangement.

Telework is increasingly satisfying and less problematic, study finds

Management is slower to take to this workplace innovation.

Federal Register coordinating more with

Submitted comments now accessible from both websites.

Patent Telework Success

Patent and Trademark Office remains a telework leader -- and boosts satisfaction, too!

Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif.

House approves transparency bill, citing GSA scandal

DATA Act would require online disclosure of spending and curb conferences.

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