Brian Friel

Brian Friel is founder of One Nation Analytics, an independent research, analytics and consulting firm for the federal market.
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Web Remembers Bombing

March 24, 1997 Federal World Wide Web sites throughout the country will honor the memory of the victims of the Oklahoma City bombing next month on the incident's two-year anniversary by displaying a memorial image on their home pages. A small graphic of white flowers and a teddy bear will appear on...

Earn Our Trust

March 24, 1997 The best way federal leaders can improve the government is to better manage programs, not eliminate them, according to a new survey of Americans' attitudes toward their government. In the poll, which was commissioned by the Council for Excellence in Government and conducted by Peter Hart and Robert Teeter,...

Coalition: Hire Hispanics

March 21, 1997 A coalition of more than 30 Hispanic civil rights groups yesterday criticized the Clinton administration for what they said was a low level of Hispanic representation in the federal workforce, especially at the executive levels. Rep. Esteban Torres, D-Calif., said at a press conference yesterday that Latino representation among...

Travel Reform Team Honored

March 21, 1997 Anyone who has traveled on business for the federal government gave a great sigh of relief in September when several important travel reforms were enacted in a major legislative package passed by Congress. The group that recommended the changes adopted in the legislation was rewarded Tuesday for its efforts...

Labor Union Backs Herman

March 19, 1997 Hoping to help breathe life into the nomination of Alexis Herman to be Secretary of Labor, the union representing employees at Labor Department headquarters in Washington announced its support for President Clinton's choice to head the department. Local 12 of the American Federation of Government Employees, which represents 4,000...

Award-Winning Job Placement

March 19, 1997 Vice President Gore today awarded one of his coveted Hammer Awards to the organizations involved in a job placement program for laid-off federal employees and contractors in the Washington area. The Metro Area Reemployment Project, run out of five centers in the capital and its suburbs, combined the resources...

Transform or Vanish

March 14, 1997 Don't ask: "What can we do with the resources we have?" Ask: "What do our customers need, and how can we provide it?" Change the way your agency thinks about how it provides its services, or your agency will disappear in the next couple of decades, argues a new...

Public Service Award Winners

March 14, 1997 Each year the GEICO Public Service Awards honor civil servants whose efforts do not fit within their 9-to-5 job descriptions. "We established the GEICO Public Service Awards to help focus attention on the many ways in which federal employees contribute to the quality of life in our nation, and...

Retirement, RIFS and Leave

March 13, 1997 Federal employees who are laid off now have the right to apply unused leave toward reaching retirement eligibility, the Office of Personnel Management has announced. Before OPM issued new rules last week, it was up to the discretion of agencies to decide whether to allow employees who have received...

GPRA Talks Slow to Start

March 12, 1997 Agency consultations with Congress on the Government Performance and Results Act are off to a slow start, the General Accounting Office reported yesterday. L. Nye Stevens, GAO's director for federal management and workforce issues, told the House subcommittee on management, information and technology that fewer than half the major...

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