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The Combined Federal Campaign has seen a downturn in contributions in recent years, but one leader is confident they have the right approach going into... [Read More]
Federal employees that miss payments or default on loans due to missing paychecks from a government shutdown may not have to see those problems reflected... [Read More]
One of the government's top IT officials sees an opportunity to move to shared services as a way to improve security. [Read More]
Recent actions have dramatically reduced the backlog for investigations needed to grant security clearances. However, increases in the number of completed investigations created a whole... [Read More]
The Senate version of general government appropriations legislation defers to the White House in some budget areas but defies it in others. [Read More]
A new contract will provide the Department of Labor with tracking and alert tools to better manage medications prescribed under its workers compensation program. [Read More]
The Department of the Treasury is crafting a cloud contract to award in fiscal year 2022. [Read More]
A federal employment lawyer shares advice for people who work in the public sector. [Read More]
Michael Wooten, the new administrator of the Office of Federal Procurement Policy, shared his thoughts and concerns about the future of cloud and agency information... [Read More]
A proposed Office of Personnel Management rule would more aggressively address President Donald Trump's stated desire to remove poor performers in the federal workforce. [Read More]
Raytheon is working to make data available to customers with FORGE. [Read More]
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