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Mary Davie, GSA

GSA draws a homespun analogy for mobile

Mary Davie compares GSA's recently-announced wireless programs to a baseball game with food and easy fun.

illustration dollar sign in vise

Sequestration pushing agencies toward shared services

As much pain as Washington's budget clampdown is causing, it is also encouraging agencies to look harder for ways to economize.

Rising Star 2013

Rising Star nominations open

Nominate bright young federal employees, the up-and-comers, for this year's Rising Star awards.

Dan Tangherlini GSA image

Tangherlini turns to the long term

After serving as Mr. Fix-it in the wake of a scandal, the GSA administrator is talking 10-year goals and preparing to drop the 'acting' from his title.

four leaders

ACT-IAC picks new leaders

In adherence to the bylaws, this year's seconds-in-command advance to the top.

Danny Werfel

Werfel selects senior leaders at IRS

New team draws from Veterans Affairs, the Government Accountability Office and the IRS' own Large Business and International Division.

mentor and student

Could clearance rules put whistleblowers at risk?

An effort to streamline security clearance applications through easier reciprocity could bring some unintended consequences.

hands and cloud

The cloud, simplified

Gartner futurist provides advice for agencies hoping to cut through the buzzwords.

Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-Miss)

Rep. Thompson wants better answers from DHS on Spires

Ranking member of House Homeland Security Committee tells Napolitano her department's response was both late and insufficient.

Dan Tangherlini GSA image

Tangherlini picked to be permanent GSA administrator

After serving in an acting capacity for more than a year, Dan Tangherlini is the president's pick to take the role officially.

cyber attack button

Slow IT procurement hinders security

NSA official provides some ideas for new approaches to cybersecurity.

Steve VanRoekel 102012

VanRoekel takes on management in temporary OMB shift

Federal CIO will take over while a permanent replacement for Jeffrey Zients is found.