Total Workplace program will modernize the federal workforce while reducing costs for office space and energy, GSA argues.
Memo from Sylvia Mathews Burwell includes guidance on IT systems, contracts and other key questions.
Some IT procurement deals are bigger than others, not just in terms of dollars, but also in their implications and precedents for agencies and contractors. Here are five that bear watching.
Repealing, or at least delaying, the health care reform law remains a key priority for House Republicans.
Five organizations working to develop and pilot identity protection and verification systems have earned a funding boost.
An industry group objects to the price reduction clause in GSA Schedule contracts.
Department privacy officials argues that some IG policy recommendations are unrealistic and would be ineffective.
As agencies made clear during Wikileaks disclosures, classified documents that have been leaked are still classified.
Service eyes reorganization among other strategies to shield its top priorities from spending cuts.
A look at the history of continuing resolutions, Congress' go-to alternative to passing a budget.
Only a handful of CIO Council members are active on social media, but their varied approaches offer important lessons.
GAO recommends other agencies adopt the Recovery Accountability and Transparency Board practices of using single government-wide identifiers, and of standardizing data reporting requirements.