The Army is taking cues from blockchain to help make battlefield data more trustworthy for commanding officers. "Immutable" data is data they can be sure of.
At a Senate hearing last week, Veterans Affairs Secretary Denis McDonough noted deficiencies in training, including a lack of a real system available for use by clinicians in advance of the go-live date for a new, integrated health care software system.
Sen. Kristen Gillibrand (D-N.Y.) recently said delays could lead Congress to have to pass a continuing resolution to start FY 2022.
A newly released consulting firm's survey of feds reveals most remain focused on serving, but a large proportion feel management doesn't share that priority.
On June 25, President Biden signed a sweeping Executive Order on workforce equity. Here's a timeline on how we can expect it to be implemented.
Amid controversy and a contentious hearing, a bill that would guarantee paid family leave for feds, across more circumstances, advances.
If there’s one bright spot to come out of the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s that the global health crisis turbocharged the adoption of high-tech tools by government agencies.
Six months into the current administration, to many there’s just one key question about our government many are asking—political scientists, public administrators and the public: all want to know: Are we beginning to see a return to “normal” in government, in agencies and the civil service—and perhaps even in our politics? “