Anne Rung told senators at her confirmation hearing that she hopes to create areas of specialization for acquisition officials.
Problems with the Consular Consolidated Database could strand thousands of people waiting for documents around the globe.
Senators grill a little-known Commerce Department agency on whether it's a redundant repository for reports and a middleman for agencies seeking to avoid complicated acquisition rules.
Officials tout Better Buying Power 2.0 as a catalyst for defense acquisition reform.
FTC Commissioner Maureen Ohlhausen says the key to using big data is understanding its limits and “emphasizing the need for human judgment.”
Meet the leaders behind all those audits.
On the tenth anniversary of the 9/11 report's release, the men who guided the investigation are warning of new threats going unaddressed.
News and notes from around the federal IT community.
The Obama administration’s attempt to turn the page at the Veterans Affairs Department moved to Congress with the confirmation hearing of Procter & Gamble CEO Robert McDonald.
Richard Danzig argues that the U.S. government should "forsake some efficiencies" in the pursuit of security.
Privacy concerns forced TSA to scrap its backscatter machines, but radiation levels -- and possible future uses -- are still being studied.
A U.S. Geological Survey mapping program will bring data and related mapping tools to bear on flood risk management and other hazards.