Office of Personnel Management announced a hiring authority would let agencies fill positions for up to a year.
“We really did spend a lot of time looking at leading-edge technology,” a GSA official said.
The OPEN Government Data Act, tucked inside the Foundations for Evidence-based Policymaking Act, passed the House.
Many of the top tech positions in government remain unfilled.
A few companies are creating a Data Science Standards Board that Booz Allen Hamilton thinks could help government hire better.
The department needs to do a better job “taking the fear out of innovation,” Chief Procurement Officer Soraya Correa said.
Months after they were required to make their financial data public, their reports are rife with errors.
Telework rewards outweigh risks, according to public-sector employees surveyed.
Only four agencies had policies and processes in place to develop software in increments.
Moscow-based NTechlab won two categories of IARPA’s facial recognition challenge.
Two different versions of the OPEN Government Data Act are working their way through Congress.
Federal agencies are incorporating social media into their customer service.
A bipartisan bill pushes for more data to make decisions—and some new federal roles.
The department is opting for a faster procurement option for the technology.
Only 38 percent of people born between 1946 and 1964 said they'll take steps to better secure work and personal devices.
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