Reframing how you approach teams can have a profound impact on process, products and — most importantly — people.
In government, no one really accomplishes anything all by themselves, which means that meetings are a fact of life. You can make them more or less successful by taking steps to learn the behaviors that aid or inhibit your efforts.
There are billions of dollars’ worth of hardware and software in use across government that is either obsolete or on the verge of lacking vendor support.
Tis the season for giving thanks! We know it’s sometimes hard to be a government employee since there aren’t a ton of opportunities for praise. But that’s about to change. GovLoop launched our Govie of the Month program. Each month we will highlight one awesome government worker who is doing amazing work. These terrific employees don’t have… Read more »
This year, forget the fruitcake and give your teams the gift of space.
Reviewing current travel plans and updating personal contact information are a few of the housekeeping items feds should address during this time.
If your days are hectic from the first buzzing of your alarm clock to the time that you collapse into bed at night, you will benefit from creating a morning routine. Use this list to establish good habits that will ease you into the day.
The root of this angst, or mistrust about redistricting, has to do with a lack of trust. Like laws and sausage, we never really see it get made.
Changes in federal government keep coming fast. That’s why GovLoop gives you these monthly recaps of federal news that may affect agency management and employment.
An interview with Michael Rucki, Division Manager of Communications and Website Services, and Rigina Pietrowski, Web Communications Specialist at Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation Creating good citizen experiences is not a one-time exercise. At the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation (PBGC), Michael Rucki, Division Manager of Communications and Website Services, and Rigina Pietrowski, Web Communications Specialist, are… Read more »