Agency News: White House


Chopra sees split in open government community

Departing White House CTO Aneesh Chopra described what he perceives as a split in the open government community in a new interview published in The Atlantic.

Will senators pay attention to OFPP nominee?

Joe Jordan is poised to step into Dan Gordon's role as leader of the OFPP, but it could be too close to election time for the Senate to act.

Obama picks Dan Gordon's successor

Joseph Jordan tapped to become OFPP administrator.

OPM renews attack on processing backlog

OPM chief calls delays "unacceptable," pledges to make issue his top priority.

Feds encourage tech companies to create ID management 'ecosystem'

The federal government wants to be a facilitator and eventual customer of ID management solutions created by the private sector, according to Howard Schmidt, cybersecurity coordinator for the Obama administration.

OMB calls on citizens for help on Shared IT Strategy

Industry and citizens are encouraged to forward their ideas and suggestions on the federal CIO’s framework to shared IT services.

OMB outlines progress on eliminating government waste

Effort to purge waste has a long way yet to go, officials report.

Chopra to step down

White House announces the federal CTO is planning a departure.

Election preview: The Oval Office and the tech agenda

How much will the winner of the next election change the government's technology direction?

White House sets up official Page on Google Plus

It's the newest social network on the scene, but Google Plus may pick up some momentum with the addition of The White House as a new member.

How to manage sequestration

Federal agencies have signficant discretion in how to handle the 2013 sequester, according to industry experts.

OMB anti-duplication effort to inform reorg strategy

OMB seeks to catalogue duplicative services and functions across government.

Who's Fed 100-worthy?

Nominations are now open for the 2015 Federal 100 awards. Get the details and submit your picks!