Is OPM's New Weather Policy the 'Natural Progression' of Telework?

Advocate urges careful roll-out of policy requiring remote workers to remain on the job during inclement weather.

The Latest Trend for Tech Interviews: Days of Unpaid Homework

Some hiring managers contend that there are better ways to evaluate programmers, however.

The Resume of the Future Will Tell Employers Who You Are, And Not Just What You’ve Done

Currently, Resumes force job seekers to contort their work and life history into corporately acceptable versions of their actual selves.

White House: 5 Percent of Government Jobs Could Be ‘Automated Entirely’

The Office of Personnel Management will look at how to retrain the employees affected.

House Armed Services Chair Wants to Cut DISA and Number of Defense CIOs

Draft legislation from Rep. Mac Thornberry would eliminate several Defense agencies, including DISA.

When Will Government Get Serious About Gaming Again?

A few years ago, a vocal group within government helped push gaming for training and problem-solving but the momentum seems to have slowed.

Critical Update: Flying Cars, Valley of Death and Innovating with Intrapreneurs

In episode two, Nextgov talks with National Geospatial-Intelligence Chief Ventures Officer Christy Monaco about the business of innovation in government.

College Students Battle To Control the Power Grid in Energy Department Challenge

Agency officials hope the competition will draw more young tech talent to the government and energy industry.

OPM Says Agencies Have One Year To ID Cyber Workforce Gaps

The Office of Personnel Management started the clock Monday for agencies to identify, report and mitigate cybersecurity workforce shortfalls.

Women in Government Tech Have ‘One Bad-Ass Mission,' New Federal CIO Says

Suzette Kent highlighted the power of women in government in her first address as federal CIO.

A Former WeWork Executive Has Launched His Own Coworking Startup

The new company is targeting an older, more corporate demographic.

Government Has No Idea Whether The Billions It Spends On STEM Education Is Working

An audit by the Government Accountability Office suggests the White House isn’t measuring how well STEM education programs work.

Education Department Knows It Needs Cyber Skills, But Doesn't Know Which Ones

The department issued a request for information on how best to train, retain and track its cyber workforce.

With Shutdown Days Away, Lawmakers Unveil Massive Federal Spending Bill

Congress must approve funding by Friday to keep agencies across government operating.

The Reality vs. Hype About Automation, AI and Self-Healing

Automation will become increasingly important as federal agencies look to optimize their networks.