DOD is in a race against technology to maintain authority and security amid the explosion of social media.
Who watches the watchers? At DISA, the IG's office may itself be in need of some oversight.
NOAA's recently revealed reprogramming of funds should come as a shock to no one, says Alan Balutis.
Contractors say they could fulfill their duties more efficiently and save the government money if security clearances were accepted more broadly.
Conventional wisdom holds that federal budget cuts lead to less spending on contracts and, therefore, to job declines. Is that really true?
External pressures make the jobs of chief human capital officers harder, but they aren't ready to give up, according to survey.
A careful analysis led the EEOC to find a few simple adjustments to make up for lost funds. Here's how they did it.
As inevitable budget cuts come nearer, market research firm attempts to predict just where spending will fall the most.
A new measure requires the Obama administration to provide to Congress detailed plans for the forced budget cuts that sequestration will bring.
House lawmakers made some changes to a Senate bill that puts more controls on the use of government charge cards.
A malicious e-mail attachment broke through security at the EPA, exposing private information of 8,000 people. Are other agencies any more secure?
The DOD hasn't been able to conduct a successful audit, but a new bill would turn up the heat.