Military officials warn lawmakers that small businesses will likely feel the first effects of budget cuts.
Poll also reveals that the blame gap between the president and Congress is narrowing.
As Congress assembles a new IT procurement bill, the former head of the OFPP urges easing tensions between agencies and companies as his 'myth-busting' campaign sought to do.
A new White House directive on making scientific findings available responds to We the People petition, builds on NIH dissemination policies.
Public, private groups eye sequester's approach with rising apprehension.
Survey shows what federal employees fear the coming budget cuts will mean to them.
Defense contracting officers are about to become subject to reporting rules that have applied only to civilian agencies for a year.
The Defense Department is backing off an effort to accelerate contractor payments, citing pending forced budget cuts.
Sen. Tom Coburn suggests leaving positions unfilled -- and names them a few.
The March 1 sequester will almost certainly take place -- and negotiations to avoid a full-blown shutdown just a few weeks later are not looking particularly promising.
Budget pressures lead agency to cancel annual event, spokesman says.
While the recent attention to cost comparisons could lead to more insourcing, there's a subtext in the OFPP's position that could be good news for small firms.