Millennials have been called the cheapest generation. But with the recent economic recession, tremendous student debt, and an increase in urban migration, the truth of the matter is we’re a broke generation.
Many times, we believe that being fair and treating others equally is being a good leader. The truth is, that approach is not enough, and we can do better to achieve equity.
Five leading women in government technology spoke about their careers in the public sector at AFFIRM’s Trailblazing Women in Government event on January 26th. While many of us aspire to have half the impact and success these women have had throughout their careers, their guidance may make our goals more attainable. Here are four pieces... Read more »
There's an overwhelming demand for governmentwide programs, knowledge networks and joint pilot opportunities to explore emerging tech such as blockchain.
The White House on Friday announced President Donald Trump's intent to appoint Suzette Kent as the next federal CIO. Kent will be the fourth person and first woman to hold this role in a permanent capacity.
Regardless of how natural it may feel, it is not productive or beneficial to compare and contrast your accomplishments with others. Here are a few reasons why.
Although the shutdown is over, this will not be the last time feds have to endure the threat or possibly the reality of a shutdown. We explain why.
It is my concern, over a period of years, there have been a series of events which are affecting the attitudes of those workers we depend on to keep our country operating.
While some might see Saturday's shutdown as an opportunity to take a mini-break from work to take advantage of DC-area shutdown happy hour specials (and there’s nothing wrong with that!), there are some things you can do to help keep yourself moving forward while you have extra time on your hands.
Here's a surprising new way to look at how you set your goals.