Tuesday, the House Committee on Oversight and Reform held a hearing to examine the process of the long-promised Office of Personnel Management (OPM) reorganization that is underway,
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OPM’s reorganization continued Thursday when a legislative plan submitted to Congress detailed steps for the long-promised dissolution of the standalone office.
Open source technology and developments allow governments of all sizes to launch applications that can immediately provide business returns, communicate with one another and find tailored, innovative solutions.
Innovation in the public sector can help solve some of communities’ most intractable challenges.
Citizens want a user experience that rivals that of the private sector. In many cases, cloud supported these types of experiences.
GovLoop recently interviewed Joey Zumaya, Manager of the Public Sector at LinkedIn Learning, about how talent developers in government can maximize workforce engagement and mission outcomes.
On Wednesday, GovLoop hosted its “Food Trucks of Thanks” event, a tradition that offers free lunch to public servants to show appreciation for the work they do.
Results from going to the cloud are apparent, but the long-term benefits will continue to show up in the communities that are being serviced, such as Puerto Rico.
The federal government announced a new initiative on Friday that moves shared service missions into central offices to standardize purchasing.
As agencies set up security gateways and protections to guard against external hackers, the biggest threats might come from inside of the organization.