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.

Pay & Benefits

AFGE, Social Security reach agreement

Contract resulting from 27 months of negotiation will be valid for four years.

Pay & Benefits

Same-sex partner benefits bill is up for consideration

Act would extend retirement and other benefits to same-sex couples in the federal workforce.


GSA clarifies conference rules in advance of Expo

All travel through fiscal 2012 has been suspended, with exceptions pending management approval.


Young feds say bureaucracy, inefficiency keeping their peers away

Panelists attribute government’s lack of younger workers to a slow hiring process and poor communication.


Lawmaker: GSA executive under investigation shouldn’t be paid

In op-ed, congressman promises to propose legislation for putting federal officials charged with serious offenses on unpaid leave.


Beleaguered GSA praised for telework program

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


OPM promises fellows program will be better in 2013

Berry touts updates to Congress, including improved application and assessment processes.


Cholera Crisis

Is the U.S. government managing outbreaks well? Look at Haiti.


Around Government

Protective details, courting millennials and TSA keeps the change.