The recent OMB memo ended the hiring freeze and asked agencies to develop strategic workforce reform plans. Learn how this memo will impact the federal IT workforce, and how they can drive change in agencies.
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Under President Trump, agencies will have to hash out plans to boost employee performance and discipline poor performers.
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.
By Dec. 31, agencies must manage permanent and temporary email records in an accessible electronic format. The onus is on agencies now to decide the right technological fit to meet the requirements.
This govie has a hand in all things money in the City of Albany. Learn what challenges he faces and how he is helping citizens and the government thrive.
The Office of Management and Budget released in July a long-awaited update to their guidance to agencies on steps they should take to manage – not avoid — expected and unexpected risks to their operations
There are jokes that getting put on GAO’s high risk list is like the 1977 Eagles’ hit, “Hotel California,” where “you can check out any time you like, but you can never leave.” But in fact, over one-third of agency programs on the list have gotten off. What’s the secret?
The road to open federal spending data has been a long one. And progress is still being made. GovLoop talked to Hudson Hollister, Executive Director at the Data Coalition, about agency implementation and the upcoming DATA Act Summit on May 26 in Washington, DC.
A citizen-centric government experience is going to be the new normal in today’s digital world.
Read about how monitoring agencies’ progress in implementing FITARA is an asset to all.