It’s time for a change in the way government hires, engages and retains talent.
When you’re $1.5 billion in legacy debt, you let legacy go.
Occasionally I hear people speak disparagingly about government employees. From listening to those voices you would think that the government had cornered the market on lazy workers. But you would be wrong.
Join us in celebrating another successful year of learning and personal growth by revisiting some of our favorite NextGen blog posts of 2019.
How do you manage change when it’s ongoing? That’s the challenge of DevOps.
GovLoop highlights some of the more interesting and exciting opportunities available on USAJobs.com in a blog post each week.
Introspection is the first step to living our best lives, and ultimately, affecting positive change in the world around us.
Vermont’s chief information officer (CIO) sat down with GovLoop to talk about his state’s successes in 2019 and what’s next in 2020 and beyond.
Scores of agencies are in the dark about some key factors regarding business. Cloud can overcome this by providing a single platform to manage operations.
Resolutions are all about change, but they don’t have to be overwhelming. The change doesn’t need to be immediate or drastic. Progress can happen gradually. The key is to focus on making the current situation better.