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Managers who responded to a recent survey worry that too many barriers, such as politics and ineffective communication, threaten the ability of interagency collaboration to help their agencies achieve mission success. But there are signs that agencies are trying to overcome the challenges in the face of increased budget pressure.
Agencies, vendors can comment until Friday on the draft standard describing cybersecurity workers. A common definition will help agencies classify who is a cyber worker.
Federal executives recognize that citizens are "frustrated" with government's ability to engage and service the public. We learn more from Melissa Hardt and Bryan Klopack, authors of a new study on engagement.
When feds walk out the door, sometimes security goes out the window.
Bryan Klopack, director of research at the Government Business Council, discussed a recent survey of federal managers by Government Executive on the impact of the impending pay freeze.