2012 Budget


Defense bill passes after lengthy debate

While measures pertaining to military detention of suspected terrorists dominated the debate, the 2012 National Defense Authorization Act will also affect defense IT.

Supercommittee fails: What's next for feds?

Now that the committee tasked with finding ways to cut federal spending has given up, what can federal employees expect?

Supercommittee gives up

The special committee assembled to identify more than $1 trillion in budget cuts has thrown in the towel.

Swag: Who has it, what is it?

Executive order limiting agency 'swag' prompts a flurry of coverage.

Budget austerity is coming -- what should you do?

The next few federal budgets are certain to be smaller then they once were. The proper response for agencies might be surprising.

Budget cuts won't stop DOD IT spending in 2012, forecast predicts

DOD's appetite for IT expected to be diminished, but still healthy

DOD has chance to dodge 'doomsday' budget scenario, group says

Spurred by congressional action and military drawdowns in Iraq and Afghanistan, Defense Department cuts are accelerating and will have significant impact on contractors, according to the TechAmerica Foundation.

VA official outlines 'ruthless' reductions in IT budget cut plan

Printers, desktop computers, mobile devices on the chopping block.

Will we ever again have a budget?

Congressional budget battles have led to three near-shutdown moments already this year, and a fourth one might be just weeks away.

3 top priorities for E-Government Fund

David McClure, associate administrator at GSA's Office of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies, listed the administration's top priorities for support from the shrinking E-Government Fund.