Effort to purge waste has a long way yet to go, officials report.
Although the deadline is nearly two years away to evaluate 400 million historic documents for possible declassification, the National Archives and Records Administration is already concerned it might not make it.
The Navy is upgrading its shipboard networks with the first phase of a new contract expected to be awarded Feb. 1.
The Defense Department has made strides in managing its financial systems but more work remains in the areas of accountability and auditability, says a congressional panel.
Leader of institute dedicated to information sharing plans to step down.
Lowering costs requires weighing the pros and cons of updating antiquated systems or replacing them.
GSA provides discounted airline tickets for federal employees on official business, but doesn't have access to a lot of travel information.
Acquisition officials, wary of budget scrutiny, are finding it difficult to resist the temptation of low pricing, whatever the long-term costs.
A classified site similar to FedBizOpps makes it easier for intell agencies to find contractors.
Zients takes over at OMB for Jacob Lew, who was chosen as the president's chief of staff.
Two top leaders of OMB and OFPP are stepping down within a month of each other. What's the impact?
The government wants advice from feds and the public on speeding up the adoption of mobile technologies.