Department spokesman says VA officials are now “on the same page” and “speaking with one voice” on behalf of veterans, employees, Congress and outside groups.
Triage and Response Lessons From the Las Vegas Shooting Emergency Management Administrator Carolyn Levering shares key takeaways from how ...
EPA’s Pruitt on Defensive to Congress, Deflecting Blame While Also Promising Changes Lawmakers voice concerns about fallout from EPA ...
House GOP Group Envisions Massive Changes to Civil Service in Budget Proposal The Republican Study Committee plan reiterates White House ...
Feds Need To Be Pirates, Not Ninjas, Says Defense Health Official Defense Health Agency's David Cooper urged his fellow feds to embrace ...
Lawmakers Want to Boost Their Tech-Savvy By Reviving Defunct Office They want to reopen the Office of Technology Assessment, a research ...
Flash Poll: Modernizing Mission IT The federal government’s ability to serve citizens effectively depends to a great extent on the health ...
Experts Question Feasibility of SNAP Work Requirements Plan “If we want to do this, let’s do it well,” according to Pete Weber of the ...
Where Retirement Is Headed Change is coming at an exponential rate.
Watchdog: Agencies Could Save $178 Billion if They Stopped Duplicating Efforts Agencies with the highest number of open recommendations ...
With No Permanent Leadership, VA Forges Ahead on $16 Billion Health Records Effort The Veterans Affairs Department will press on with its ...
North and South Korean Leaders Discuss Ending ‘History of Confrontation’ 3:43 AM ET New York Times Politics
President Trump threatens political repercussions over 2026 World Cup bid 2:00 AM ET USA Today - Washington
'Facebook censored our free speech!' Trump supporters Diamond and Silk tell Congress April 26 USA Today - Washington
Trump tweets on 2026 World Cup bid April 26 CNN politics
The Trump Administration’s War on Regulations Career civil servants have joined the crusade to cut red tape—to a point. Read more
Civil Service Reform Must Be a Priority It would be a mistake to limit reform to policies controlled by the Office of Personnel Management. Read more
Imagine the Possibilities of Real HR Reform The HR function costs the federal government just under $2,000 per civilian employee, compared with approximately $1,400 in the private sector. Read more
Flash Poll: The Future of Collaboration The federal government’s effectiveness depends on those who carry out its mission — and in order to do their jobs, federal employees need to have access to state-of-the-art collaboration technologies. To learn about the current state of federal IT tools, GBC polled a random sample of 143 federal employees in January 2018.
Racing Toward Efficiency: Government's Pursuit of the Next-Generation Data Center While the MGT Act provides agencies new funding to follow through on critical IT priorities, the most recent FITARA scorecard suggests that status quo processes are incompatible with data center optimization goals. So: what can agency leaders do to get the most out of their IT infrastructure?
Data-Driven Readiness: Using Advanced Analytics to Balance Performance with Costs Defense organizations have long sought to take full advantage of one of their most valuable resources – the vast amount of data they collect day in and day out. This data can support more insightful, forward-looking decisions about readiness, logistics, manpower, costs, and a host of other critical defense concerns.
To Innovate, Public Sector Agencies Need to Modernize Public sector agencies realize the potential of digital transformation. The replacement of outdated legacy IT systems with modern technology such as the cloud has the potential to transform how agencies operate and deliver services, enabling a 21st century user experience with the kind of seamless access and convenience that constituents have become accustomed to in their private lives.
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