• Help Protect What Matters Most: Your Family

    The prospect of needing long term care may be far from your mind today, but circumstances can change. With people living longer, the chances of you or an aging relative requiring this type of care increases, which may bring added responsibility for you and your family. That’s why it’s a good idea to have a long-range care plan in place.

  • Keeping Veterans and Active Duty Personnel Healthy and Productive at Work: The Key is an Active Workspace

    Many veterans and active duty personnel work in an office or educational environment where they’re likely to spend a lot of time at a desk. Productivity is a top priority for these highly-skilled and motivated employees as they’re often trained in multiple disciplines and tasked with a range of responsibilities. With regular fitness assessments and possible service-related injuries to contend with, they’re also focused on health, wellness, and pain relief. That’s why active workspace solutions that encourage movement, collaboration and productivity are a perfect fit for any veteran or active duty personnel who wants to stay healthy and pain-free so they can perform at their best.

  • Achieving acquisition agility in the intelligence community

    Acquisition agility is one of the six foundational priorities outlined by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) in its recently released IC2025 Vision and Foundational Priorities. This vision mirrors the President’s Management Agenda, which directs agencies to not only strengthen the program management capabilities of the acquisition workforce but to also have the acquisitions themselves become more flexible and agile.

  • Why federal employees need professional liability insurance

    While no federal employee likes to think it could happen to them, the scenario is all too common: Whether through an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) complaint, an accusation of misuse of government funds, or litigation in the form of a civil or criminal lawsuit, federal employees are often targeted by allegations, complaints and investigations.

  • Start the fiscal year with an active office

    With the fiscal year coming to a close, most government professionals are looking to make the most of their remaining office budgets. One of the best investments any office can make is in standing desks that help employees work at peak performance, ensuring the year ahead is as productive as possible.