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Federal Drive Show Blog - April 29, 2013
Monday - 4/29/2013, 10:58am EDT
Senate Budget Committee's Government Performance Task Force
No one likes to talk about their screw-ups. But that's exactly what a group of senators wants to hear about from agency leaders. Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.) leads the Budget Committee task force on government operations.
president and CEO
National Academy of Public Administration
Federal pay is a hotly debated topic, so why not add another log to the fire? Three congressmen have recently asked the Government Accountability Office to examine the federal government's approach to civilian employee compsensation. In other words, is the GS schedule still a relevant pay scale for feds?
vice president for policy
Partnership for Public Service
Next Sunday, May 5, marks the beginning of Public Service Recognition Week. Events planned to acknowledge and celebrate dedicated civil servants include a 5K run and a breakfast for the Service to America Award Nominees. But that's just the part of the week long festivities.
energy security lead
IBM's Security Systems
A race to protect the nation's power grids from cyber attacks is underway. And now utilities have a tool to help them protect their systems from would be cyber threats. It's called the Electricity Subsector Cybersecurity Maturity Model -- or ESC2M2 -- and was developed by the Department of Energy to manage dynamic threats and understand grid cybersecurity.
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