Agencies are anticipating massive spikes in employees with retirement eligibility in the next five years.
Supreme Court to Consider Case on State Seizure of Property Constitutional limits on local and state criminal fines, as well as "civil ...
DHS-Funded Company Wants to Use Blockchain at the Border DHS may soon use blockchain technology to protect all sorts of data it collects ...
Commerce Secretary Accused of Shorting Financial Disclosure Mandates Forbes report alleging Ross’s violation raises questions on Ethics ...
Analysis: Trump’s Immigration Policy Gets Its Moral Reckoning The U.S. government has separated some 2,000 children from their families ...
GSA Seeks Industry Feedback to Better Harness Tech Spending Data The government wants to get a better grip on the money it invests in IT ...
The Dynamic Threat: Government Tactics Must Evolve to Combat the Insider Threat Unless government agencies strive to understand the ...
Trade Tensions With Allies Not Affecting Cyber, Top Diplomat Says The State Department’s focus now is punishing nations that violate ...
The American Who Says He’s Been the Target of Five Air Strikes A federal judge is allowing his suit to proceed, finding that his ...
Thinking About How to Manage L.A.’s Future Drone-Filled Skies “When that airspace becomes more complicated, ‘just don’t hit anything’ ...
Why Bosses Cut Some Employees Slack for Unethical Behavior The same transgression can lead to different consequences. Here’s one reason why.
Trump Clears Way for Health Plans With Lower Costs and Fewer Benefits June 18 New York Times Politics
Fact check: Trump wrong to say IG report exonerates him or says Comey acted ... June 18 USA Today - Washington
Sen. Jeff Merkley: DHS chief Nielsen should 'absolutely, 100%' resign June 18 CNN politics
5 ways Kirstjen Nielsen's press conference on family separation was a total disaster June 18 CNN politics
The Challenge Effective Leaders Embrace Every Day Organizations are mostly designed to optimize the status quo. A simple diagram can show you how to break free. Read more
Half of Feds Support White House Attempts to Ease Firing Process But support for federal employee unions, which oppose the changes, remains steady at 42 percent. Read more
Government Already Has a Blueprint for Implementing Pay For Performance The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency offers a success story. Read more
For Many Students, Government Agencies Are the Most Attractive Employers. Really. Students in three of five broad areas of study ranked a non-business employer at the top. Read more
Flash Poll: Vigilance in the Age of Mobility Agency leaders, IT managers, and federal workers across functions are familiar with IT security challenges. The federal government handles highly sensitive data, and its use of devices must reflect this reality.
The Dynamic Threat: Government Tactics Must Evolve to Combat the Insider Threat Unless government agencies strive to understand the holistic profiles and behavioral risk patterns in their workforce, they will never be able to stay ahead of the deliberate attacks from within. In a new issue brief, GBC explores the types of motivations and common indicators of insider threats, and what agencies can do to maintain vigilance in 2018.
Disrupting Government Federal agencies are faced with a suite of technologies that are nebulous yet promising. Big data, artificial intelligence, blockchain and others—whether developed by established companies or small startups— have the same disruptive potential of their technological counterparts of old. But will they find a home within the federal government? Can they make the government more efficient or save costs?
Flash Poll: The AI Advantage New advancements in the field of machine learning are enabling organizations to process — and make use of — massive amounts of data like never before. A new poll by Government Business Council (GBC) invites federal employees to weigh in on the debate, asking them whether AI can advance mission effectiveness.
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