Citing budget uncertainties, the Air Force has a tentative plan for rescheduling the planned conference.
Melissa Starinsky believes the weakness of federal acquisition training is not in the details of contracting.
In 2012, the first 18 VA offices switched to the new Veterans Benefits Management System, and the rest are expected to this year.
Few people think sequestration will be averted a second time, and preparation is underway at the Defense Department.
This Presidential Innovations Fellows project aims to help contracting officers and small businesses alike. Now agencies will see whether it works in real life.
While his controversial statements on homosexuals and Israel are more widely known, the Defense secretary nominee may also have to answer for what he has said about the DOD budget.
Ray LaHood will not stay through President Obama's second term.
An early adopter of social media and blogging in the government, Linda Cureton is looking toward a new horizon.
Amid growing recognition of serious cyber threats, the Pentagon is planning to divide U.S. Cyber Command into three forces, with added staff.
A federal appeals court dealt President Barack Obama a setback in making appointments.
Government scientists are analyzing tweets and Facebook posts to follow -- and anticipate -- the spread of the winter flu.
A watchdog group had accused DOD's high-tech research arm of allowing too much coziness between employees and contractors.