Revisions to the multiple-award contract are intended to ensure that companies are authorized resellers of the products they offer.
Freshman Congressman proposes a pay cut for lawmakers to ensure fairness under the sequester -- when it is 'constitutionally permissible.'
It may be hard for Congress to agree on a budget, but not doing so leads to reduced effectiveness and added expenses.
Thomas Sharpe, two months into his new role, pledges to address problems highlighted by inspector general.
Transparency watchdog finds four departments failing in FOIA response, and mediocre grades overall. Get the details on 16 key agencies.
Employees cancel speaking engagements as agency moves "aggressively" to deal with sequestration.
Freedom of Information Act could be in for legislative revision, while witnesses and lawmakers champion the DATA Act as another needed transparency measure.
Continuing resolution includes IT provisions for DHS, Agriculture and Veterans Affairs in addition to avoiding March 27 shutdown.
Like a House bill already passed, the Senate's proposed measure to fund the government would also eliminate a pay increase for the federal workforce.
Big data helps mail your letters, it makes your burgers better, and it allows intelligence agencies to piece together disparate pieces of data into insights that might help them foil the next terrorist attack.
Rule changes would expand officials' discretionary powers in handling contract disputes.
Big data holds tremendous promise to help agencies glean otherwise impossible insights from massive repositories of data, but federal policies play a significant role in slowing its adoption and blunting its edge.