Rep. Darrell Issa says the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee won't consider a federal transparency bill.
Until we change our frame of reference, we won't improve the quality of the services we provide, writes Candi Harrison, who teaches courses at Web Manager University.
The federal government should tap into the wisdom of feds to identify activities that are ripe for termination, writes Steve Kelman.
Thanks to a 75 percent cut in funding, the White House is killing some e-gov and Government 2.0 efforts, halting advances on others.
YouTube’s new channel, YouTube Town Hall, creates a type of online debate between members of Congress by presenting side-by-side videos of members discussing popular issues.
Federal agencies looking to ride the current wave of innovation should avoid a common pitfall, said the associate administrator of GSA's Office of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies.
Agencies need the right mix of best practices, standard tools and custom benchmarks to demonstrate the legitimacy of their Gov 2.0 efforts.
Library of Congress is offering free streaming of vintage recordings.
U.S. Deputy CTO Chris Vein joined the White House in March to advance agencies using innovative technologies and processes.
The Veterans Affairs Department has hired veteran and blogger Alex Horton -- one of its most vocal critics -- to critique the agency from the inside.
The 5 people you meet in CIO heaven; FCC takes a new stab at open government; What I want on Earth Day; Earth Team skills on display.
The Grants.gov program charges higher fees to some federal agencies than others for the same services, a new report says.