How 3 agency leaders try to mitigate burnout, stress for federal employees
Work-life balance is one area in particular where agencies are starting to see signs of stagnation among their employees.
All of the sessions from Federal News Network's 2023 DoD Cloud Exchange are now available for viewing on demand. Catch up on any of the interviews you may have missed here.
Top Democrats on the Senate Veterans Affairs Committee are planning to introduce legislation that would pause the VA’s troubled rollout of a new Electronic Health Record (EHR) until sites already using the system show improvement.
Current and former federal technology officials say the recent inspector general report on GSA’s Login.gov reinforced why working with the Technology Transformation Service continues to leave a sour taste in many agency’s mouths.
Many people are aware of the wage gap between women and men but less known, perhaps, is the discrepancy in life insurance coverage. Here are nine reasons why life insurance for women is important to consider.
Farming ranks among the most technologically intensive and productive industries. One reason is ongoing research. Now the Agricultural Research Service (ARS), part of the Agriculture Department, has a new administrator.
The great Solar Winds breach back in 2020 prompted many agencies to improve their cybersecurity. Even the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) found it had to improve its own ability to detect threats.
Companies leaders who want a piece of projects funded by last year’s infrastructure bill, should pay attention.
The Defense Department is looking at 2025 as a milestone to make better use of artificial intelligence.