The delegation of authority is the first step in a plan that could lead to the elimination of unions at civilian defense agencies.
Public-sector unions are taking a wait-and-see approach after early endorsements in the 2016 cycle.
Micro-credentialing and new data projects are being used to reward airmen, the Air Force's deputy CIO says.
In a blow to federal unions, the Federal Labor Relations Authority ruled on Feb. 14 that federal workers could stop paying union dues at any time, instead of observing the current practice of letting employees election to withhold dues once a year.
The agency is planning IT modernization and security initiatives while also adding more than 100 new special agents focused on cybercrime and virtual currencies.
Martha Dorris offers 10 predictions for how agencies will improve CX this year.
GSA is searching for an assistant commissioner to help oversee assisted acquisitions, including FedSIM.
A new bill would update federal workforce law to allow more employees to take advantage of a paid parental leave benefit.
On the eve of the 2020 census, oversight bodies are warning on risks that could compromise the population count.
The Army is hoping a little automation and more "back of the resume" data will better tell an officer's story when searching for next assignment and crack down on nepotism.
The scheduled March 28 launch of the agency's $16 billion health record system is being pushed back at least until the end of April.
Democrats in Congress and federal employee unions are pushing legislation for a 3.5% pay hike.
A recent White House memo authorized a new policy to let the defense secretary roll back collective bargaining among civilian workers at the Department of Defense.
Collaboration in and among agencies and dedication to customer service will ensure government can meet the demands of the future.
Retirement claims for January 2020 is largest in eight years.
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A Commission on Privacy and Data should be created to develop legislation, taking the EU's General Data Protection Regulation and the California Consumer Privacy Act as a starting point to extend protections to individuals regarding data and privacy.
This will be the year when IT governance practices drive a new wave of mission benefits, rather than just better control over IT infrastructure spending.
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