A new report offers management lessons learned from the creation of DHS and ODNI after the 2001 terrorist attacks.
The Veterans Affairs Department's Project Management Accountability System needs more work to be fully effective, according to a new report.
Public officials all along the East Coast are praising FEMA's preparedness and response to Hurricane Irene -- in sharp contrast to public opinion after Katrina.
DOD's acquisition under secretary was clearing up confusion about two ideas that he introduced into the defense acquisition process in 2010 to control costs.
The Forest Service got a mixed outcome from its consolidation of business services that started a decade ago, according to a new report.
Practices that make it easier for new employees to succeed can also apply to new technologies, columnist Douglas Brown writes.
The Veterans Affairs Department did an incomplete job of tallying its overpayments in 2010 because it did not fully follow White House guidance, according to VA's Office of Inspector General.
The acquisition workforce information system is riddled with faults, forcing GSA and other agencies to take different approaches to understanding the makeup of their employees, a report states.
Interior's IG questions the usefulness of the Acquisition Services Directorate in Sierra Vista, Ariz., saying its risks might outweigh its benefits.
Officials would do well to hunt down specialists inside their agencies to tap their expertise, a new report advises.
The Obama administration's anti-counterfeit working group is looking for gaps in legal authority and regulation that may undermine how officials can check on the quality of products the government buys.
The Homeland Department said collecting data to decide when to begin planning for a major procurement is a waste of time.