When telephones were invented, the federal bureaucracy was flustered: How can federal employees be trusted with this new device? The issue today is the Internet. The regulators in the Air Force trust people to fly and maintain sophisticated technology–but the cyber command is determined to keep personnel from having access to “dangerous information” delivered by the new technology.
Do readers prefer Barack Obama or Hillary Clinton as the Democratic nominee and what is the basis for their voting preference? Here are the results of our latest survey.
The Federal Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled constitutional a regulation that led to the VA denying access to the Menlo Park, California facility for the purpose of registering veterans to vote.
Performance Improvement: Addressing the Real Problems Without Getting Bogged Down in the Most User-Unfriendly Program Around
Existing performance systems do a lousy job of addressing the real problems supervisors face in getting the job done. Fortunately there are other choices available. Here is how to get started in addressing the problem.