Do you have better ideas than the Obama administration on how to streamline regulations? Now is the time to speak up.
As sequestration draws near, a newly passed House bill and a companion piece under Senate consideration order the Obama administration to provide details on how it plans to implement the $1.2T in forced spending cuts.
A bi-partisian cybersecurity bill could be voted on soon, but its sponsors are working to change some sections first.
The expected budget cuts could eradicate many federal jobs, according to a 'bleak but clear-cut' analysis.
Memo to DOD: Don't count on public support for avoiding budget cuts. Majorities of both parties favor DOD cuts, although they differ on just how much and exactly which programs should get trimmed, survey suggests.
The Obama administration has launched a center intended to help foster a more mobile-friendly, customer-centric government, with a new leader at the helm.
The DOD disputes a prediction that it will overspend its budget over the next five years, but calls for Congress to allow it more freedom to take cost-cutting measures.
Agencies are well on their way to the cloud but better planning is needed to fully realize the cloud-first policy.
Saying rule was 'misinterpeted,' DOD will no longer impose length limits on reports to Congress.
The space agency seeks to complement its Work From Anywhere program with new mobility strategy.
Hill Republicans are condemning a new Pentagon policy limiting its reports to Congress to 10 pages.
That agency managers don't all embrace telework is not news, but why? Here are some answers.