OMB report counts lost work hours, salaries paid to idle workers and details the effects of the shutdown on government programs.
The Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board has completed its investigation and is readying its report.
Although a detailed, public-facing database of government spectrum use is not in the offing, the government is working to free up more bandwidth for commercial providers.
Following the revelation of efforts by the National Security Agency to subvert NIST's work in developing cryptography standards, NIST will reconsider its methods and review its older work.
The HeathCare.gov debacle makes clear the importance of smart acquisition practices.
OMB's guidance for financial systems shortchanges commercial providers -- and could deny agencies a full range of choices.
VanRoekel, Energy Department's Bectel say data feeds should be deemed essential.
'Adult conversations' needed to make some see budget realities of the next few years.
With IBM's withdrawal of its request for an injunction, its battle with AWS might be at an end.
Whether the latest proposed acquisition reform bill is a boon or bane depends on whom you ask.
Continuous diagnostics and mitigation changes the government's approach to cybersecurity.
Every agency has an enterprise architecture, and Scott Bernard believes some attention to those strategic plans could improve the government's ability to share services between agencies.