The looming threat of a government shutdown means agencies are once again reviewing contingency plans — in the event that lawmakers don’t pass a spending bill by April 28. Here’s what you need to know.
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In an April 12 memo marking the end of the hiring freeze, the White House laid out a “comprehensive plan for reforming the federal government and reducing the civilian workforce.” Here’s what federal employees need to know.
How to promote diversity and inclusion in the face of federal budget cuts.
In this week’s DorobekINSIDER: As Washington heads into spring, make sure agency is on top of these 4 important legislative issues on the horizon.
Get the answers to the questions you have about the White House’s budget.
Regardless of whether you’re in the throes of budgeting, or you have a reprieve for another six months, here are a few guidelines to give your budget the makeover it needs to become more understandable and engaging to the public.
When it comes to federal office space, much of the focus has been on reducing the government’s real estate footprint. But agencies must also consider how the modern office space is, or at least can be, used as a recruitment tool for top talent.
Debbie Cotton, Chief Information Officer of the City of Phoenix, sat down with Emily Jarvis on GovLoop’s State and Local Spotlight to discuss how her team has handled the declining budget and delved into some of the projects they are currently working on.
Lack of funds can materialize as barriers which halt innovation and programs. But what if there were another option?
Why the current federal budget process limits IT innovation.