Bill would establish standards for electronic publication of agency spending data.
The Obama administration has given a framework to avoid the looming sequestration, but House Republicans say the proposals won't pass in either chamber. What now?
Like SOPA and PIPA before it, CISPA is raising fears of privacy loss.
An initiative by the Labor Department and Cornell University helps link people with disabilities to federal HR professionals.
Momentum for satellite export reform is stalled by the complex and technical nature of the issue.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said she is distributing guidance to U.S. embassies on using tech tools for diplomacy.
Keeping employees engaged at work is about more than keeping them busy, and it's a cost-efficient way to retain your best talent.
Agency CIOs acknowledge cloud fears, but look to FedRAMP to alleviate some of the concerns. However, FedRAMP poses some difficulties of its own.
Agencies are asked to plan ahead to implement "Do Not Pay" tool into existing operations.
IGs fulfill a critical role in monitoring agency operations, but some agencies have had unfilled vacancies for months, or even years.
Dozens of federal agencies are releasing updated open government plans this week.
A new survey shows that most government employees who work remotely are content, but a few report failures.