Strategic sourcing, ease and other factors make GSA's programs an ideal procurement mechanism for many situations, top official argues.
In a sharply divided Congress, the Senate's management guru gains ground in his nonpartisan approach to the government's fiscal and performance challenges.
David Bray, an information specialist in the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, has been named CIO of the Federal Communications Commission.
Donna Dodson, who heads the center, describes its mission, priorities and strategy.
A new report outlines methods for cultivating future members of the Senior Executive Service as many of the current generation plan to retire.
An audit of the agency's IT governance sets at least part of the agenda for Larry Sweet's tenure.
While recognizing that the agency's solutions aren't right for every situation, GSA's head wants to see its share of the federal market grow.
Experienced contracting officers are finding it harder to stay motivated in the face of stagnant federal budgets, but OFPP head Joe Jordan has some ideas.
Alejandro Mayorkas under scrutiny for allegedly helping a Chinese investor get a visa at contractor's behest.
To make visual data accessible to the visually-impaired, try starting from scratch.
A longtime federal IT executive shares his thoughts on recent books that inspire and challenge anyone who seeks to lead in these trying times.
The assistant commissioner of integrated technology services clarifies GSA's role and plans for supporting agencies' move to the cloud.