The General Services Administration Nov. 16 launched a refreshed website that the agency says is more user friendly and compatible with mobile devices.
The General Services Administration is using data science to address its human capital management challenges, said Paul Tsagaroulis, director of GSA's Human Capital Analytics Division.
More agencies are making the grade when it comes to providing the public with easily understandable information, the 2015 Federal Plain Language Report Card finds.
The Office of Management and Budget dropped several new cybersecurity mandates for federal agencies and departments as part of guidance issued late Friday.
Agencies should interpret an innovation strategy issued by the White House last week as a continued endorsement of the use of federal competitions, said Kelly Olson, senior innovation advisor and director of Challenge.gov.
What happens before and after an agency moves to a shared service provider is just as important as the actual transition, according to Beth Angerman, the new lead at the General Services Administration's Unified Shared Services Management Office.
The General Services Administration's recently launched governmentwide acquisition hub not only better organizes goods and services around categories, it is leading to a better organized government acquisition workforce, said GSA Administrator Denise Turner Roth.
As government looks to foster innovation, it's also looking to its workforce — bringing new talent to government while also "awakening" career personnel that have let their roles stagnate.
The General Services Administration and Office of Management and Budget announced last week their plan to implement a governmentwide shared services management and oversight operating model.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology is collaborating on two new projects that aim to foster the development of privacy-enhancing technologies.