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New guidance streamlines agency handling of unclassified information

The Information Security Oversight Office of the National Archives and Records Administration has published a new guide to help agencies manage and label unclassified information.

Tags: John Fitzpatrick , NARA , Records management , FOIA , Federal Drive , Controlled unclassified information , CUI , Michael OConnell , management

Tuesday - 05/26/2015, 05:03pm EDT
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Nominee Roth says she'll keep good things going at GSA

Denise Turner Roth, President Barack Obama's nominee to lead the General Services Administration says, if confirmed, she'll make sure recent reforms are woven into the agency's fabric.

Tags: Denise Turner Roth , GSA , people , management , In Depth , Emily Kopp

Monday - 05/25/2015, 02:31pm EDT

Obama nominates Roth as next GSA administrator

President Barack Obama announced Thursday he was going to nominate Denise Turner Roth as the new administrator at the General Services Administration.

Tags: Denise Turner Roth , GSA , people , management

Thursday - 05/21/2015, 03:43pm EDT

Three takeaways from Management of Change 2015

Commentary: One of the major government conferences of the year also could plant the seeds for what government events can be — and should be.

Tags: Francis Rose , commentary , Management of Change , CIOs , Technology , management

Wednesday - 05/20/2015, 11:04am EDT

Want to help feds do their jobs? Stop attacking them

The Senate subcommittee that oversees federal management hosted a hearing Wednesday on how agencies can better address 21st century problems. Two employee representatives had an answer for Congress: Stop attacking the federal workforce.

Tags: J. David Cox , AFGE , Patricia Niehaus , Federal Managers Association , Congress , Senate , Senate Homeland Security & Government Affairs Committee , pay and benefits , management , hiring , recruitment , Michael OConnell

Wednesday - 05/20/2015, 03:28pm EDT

OMB initiates FedStat to hone in on mission, management issues

The latest in a long line of data-driven reviews will give agencies a chance to compare themselves internally and externally with similar federal programs. OMB created FedStat as a way to use the data from its back-office benchmarking effort.

Tags: Jason Miller , Data-driven reviews , Joint Financial Management Improvement Program , Employee engagement , workforce , Shared services , OPM , Angela Bailey , FedStat , President’s Management Agenda , Beth Cobert , OMB , management

Wednesday - 05/20/2015, 04:28am EDT
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John Palguta, Vice President, Partnership for Public Service

The Merit System Protection Board's new report on due process doesn't just talk to federal employees. It says a lot to managers. The report covers how agencies can handle adverse personnel situations, and what kind of constitutional protections employees enjoy. John Palguta, vice president for policy at the Partnership for Public Service, joined Tom Temin on the Federal Drive to highlight the managerial impact.

Tags: John Palguta , MSPB , Federal Drive , Tom Temin , Partnership for Public Service , management

Tuesday - 05/19/2015, 08:55am EDT
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Carolyn Colvin, Acting Commissioner, Social Security Administration

At 80-years-old, the Social Security Administration is hardly retiring like the millions of Americans it supports. In fact, it spends a lot of time looking far into the future. Social Security recently released Vision 2025, a living document designed to outline how SSA can accomplish its three main priorities: Better customer service, exceptional employees and organizational innovation. Carolyn Colvin is the acting commissioner of SSA. She joined Tom Temin on the Federal Drive to review more about Vision 2025, and outline what else it can help SSA accomplish.

Tags: Carolyn Colvin , SSA , management , retirement , Federal Drive , Tom Temin

Monday - 05/18/2015, 09:48am EDT
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Nancy Lindborg, President, U.S. Institute of Peace

It's a small agency of only 300 people. But it has big ambitions — preventing, mitigating and resolving violent conflicts around the world. Most people know the U.S. Institute of Peace by the unusual architecture of its building, not far from the State Department. Nancy Lindborg is the new president of the Institute. She joined Tom Temin on the Federal Drive with more on the agency and its mission.

Tags: Nancy Lindborg , U.S. Institute of Peace , State Department , management

Monday - 05/18/2015, 10:43am EDT
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