The Homeland Security Department escaped major spending cuts under a budget package presented by the GOP-run House Appropriations Committee.
Industry associations worry that legislation designed to restrict the ability of federal employees to attend conferences would do more harm than good.
The Veterans Affairs Department's information technology budget gets a hefty raise next year under a proposal released by the House Appropriations Committee.
Despite popular belief, public perception of the government workforce and pervasive anti-government rhetoric hasn't put a damper on young people's desire to become public servants.
House defense bill asks for $3 billion more than the Obama administration's plan.
House Republicans want to replace the looming sequester with cuts targeting health care and federal benefits.
Forthcoming strategy will give citizens better access to government data and enhance service delivery for agencies.
Rep. Jim Langevin is looking to catalyze better cyber training and expertise at the federal, state and local levels.
DOD has proposed changes to acquisition rules that may drastically impact the federal marketplace.
Updated guidelines on reverse auctions require contracting officers to show how they benefit the agency's bottom line.
The president has threatened to veto CISPA if it reaches his desk.
New estimates indicate agencies could save significantly more with cloud computing than they already are.