Organizations as diverse as the Sunlight Foundation and Gun Owners of America want the legislation passed without the changes proposed by OMB.
Are bid protests really booming? Here's the five-year trend -- and an explanation of how the process actually works.
A New York Times story on NSA vulnerabilities bears a striking resemblance to a report by Republicans on the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee detailing problems at other agencies.
At ACT-IAC's "Igniting Innovation" event, federal CIO stresses opportunities, cultural obstacles for agency change-makers.
A request for information seeks suggestions on how to keep telephone metadata accessible to spy agencies without the government storing it.
Agencies are all too familiar with budget-driven belt-tightening. Here’s how the private sector is adapting.
The move won't affect distribution of IT goods "at this point," but speaks to the agency's push for more-agile acquisition.
The latest figures on data center closures will be made public the first week of March.
Only Internet service providers got a lower rating than the government in the latest American Customer Satisfaction Index survey, and federal websites bear much of the blame.
ASI Government's Lisa Akers argues that the real potential is in training and developing critical thinking.
Three national-security related departments accounted for 77 percent of the total government-wide increase in compensation from 2004 to 2012.
The chief Senate supporter of the Digital Accountability and Transparency Act says the proposed changes are unacceptable, and he is backed by open-government advocates.