Policy changes after revelations of a lavish Las Vegas conference have led to significant savings, officials testify.
New law calls for expanded use of existing databases to guard against fraud and error.
Although Congress couldn't agree on cybersecurity legislation earlier this year, at least one member insists it's still possible.
Today's children are tomorrow's workforce -- plugged in, connected and ready for an office without walls. Will the government be ready for them?
Haley Van Dyck, a policy analyst at OMB, played a key role in creating the Digital Government Strategy.
Videoconferencing technology could save the federal government nearly $13 billion every year, according to at least one estimate, but agencies face hurdles in adopting it.
After a hesitant beginning, the federal government has begun to embrace social media in a big way. Here are a few of the most creative forays.
OPM's retirement claims processing could see a long-awaited makeover in spring 2013, according to the agency's head.
First designated as high risk 11 years ago, human capital management is still on the front burner.
While agency leaders and federal policymakers talk about cybersecurity legislation and cyber threats, many federal employees believe the government is struggling to comply with its own standards, survey reveals.
Agencies are investing more in suspension and debarment programs and have taken action more often in recent years on questionable contractors, Joe Jordan says.
Officials have to make a judgment call on whether to take the lower price now and potentially pay more later on when problems arise from minimal quality work.