Program Management


IRMCO's 50-year run is at an end

The venerable federal conference has outlived its usefulness, its organizers say, and the time has come for something new.

Expect mobility strategy to broaden

The Obama administration is developing a broader strategy for mobile devices in agencies.

Senator toughens up on DOD's money transfers

DOD warned to stop transferring funds without justification.

The Net Generation and a new era of governance

"Transforming American Governance: Rebooting the Public Square" describes the challenges and changes that are shaping a new kind of governance.

Federal agency push to reduce regulation results in savings

Federal agencies have found savings and reduced burdens by revising regulations, but not always to taxpayers' benefit.

Audit: Agencies still wasting billions with overlapping programs

GAO highlighted similar problems last year, and continues to find new examples.

VA Fast Track process rife with gaps for possible fraud, OIG says

A process VA created to handle a flood of incoming disability claims related to Agent Orange has some serious holes, audit finds.

Federal contract spending remained flat in 2011

OMB is optimistic that agency efforts to curb spending are the start of a trend, official writes.

Agencies face mean fitness instructor

Because of a congressional failure to cut funding strategically, agencies face a new weight-loss expert: Sequestration.

Doug Wiltsie

Army IT strategy: Cope with cuts, keep an eye on future

Doug Wiltsie, the Army's new PEO-EIS leader, has significant plans for guiding the service through the tough times to come.

Michele Foster

Imagine that: Government can learn a thing or two from industry

VA's Michele Foster believes vendors have a lot to offer, but only if they are given the opportunity to share.

Government reorg plan draws fire

The president's proposal to consolidate agencies is getting mixed reactions.