Is government ethics an oxymoron? With an entire agency and numerous ethics advisers spread throughout federal agencies, one would hope that level of misconduct in federal agencies would be minimal. It isn’t minimal but a new report shows that the federal government is at least ahead of state and local governments in the ethics arena.
A little-known bill pending on Congress could be the “mother lode” of bureaucracy for one small federal agency. State and local governments may not like more power being transferred to an agency in Washington but what they want may not make much of a difference.
In a recent poll of FedSmith.com readers, most think the election results are a positive event and that contracting is the most significant issue facing the federal workforce.
Adding a touch of personality to your e-mail may brighten someone’s day but may also unintentionally irritate or attract unnecessary attention.
How can a “coach” be used by federal manager and how can a coach help someone achieve success in the environment of the federal workplace?
A new scam involves e-mail purporting to come from the FBI or the CIA.