Everyone makes mistakes. When the federal government makes a mistake, it can be a big one. Here is one example. The test of the organization will be how it deals with the adversity it has brought upon itself.
The heads of executive departments and agencies were sent a memo recently reminding them they can use funds to directly subsidize licensed child care for lower income federal employees.
An internal memo sent to NASA workers Thursday at Marshall Space Flight Center indicated the installation would be offering targeted buyouts to eligible civil service employees.
CSC wins NASA A-76 competition to support NASA Shared Services Center.
A U.S. Postal Service plan to realign its mail processing and distribution infrastructure due to increased competition, higher costs and declining mail volumes lacks accountability, stakeholder input and performance measures for results, according to GAO.
The lack of high-speed Internet connectivity and staff shortages have prevented thousands of airport security screeners from getting the training they need.
Despite being mandated by law, federal agencies, as a whole, are failing to explain their performance to taxpayers.
OPM issues guidance on IT training.
The future is hard to predict and even harder to conrol. In 1980, representatives of the Postal Service saw the agency retaining control of e-mail just as it does paper mail.
The Postal Service is engaging in more private enterprise ventures to the dismay of competitors.