The recent memo on evidence-based budgeting builds on the work of the past. What's new in it?
The new digital government strategy might be overwhelming, but agencies are beginning to sort it out and offer advice.
An audit finds the agency overlooked hundreds of data centers in its data center management efforts.
An appropriations bill that funds military construction and veterans' programs also would add another year to the federal employee pay freeze for some employees.
New document details risk management and other security issues related to cloud computing.
As defense officials try to figure out where to trim costs, the White House offers some advice: Avoid a last-in, first-out approach.
Howard Schmidt's successor will take over during the period when getting anything done in Washington is at its hardest: Just before an election.
The Senate's defense bill is $3 billion more than the president's request and doesn't account for the budget cuts of sequestration.
Technology is enabling a new kind of collaboration, and now the government is looking to institutionalize the approach to solve serious problems.
An affiliate of the LulzSec hacker group is claiming it obtained and published personally-identifiable information for 170,000 military personnel.
Two Senate bills are stalled while compromise seems unlikely.
Meeting OMB's new directives will require careful attention to detail in providing evidence, experts say.