As lawmakers passed the defense appropriations bill in the late hours of July 19, they put new scrutiny on the department's spending and cut the actual amount appropriated.
Dan Tangherlini is taking some bold steps at GSA, pushing to improve the agency with tougher oversight and an eye on every penny spent. Does his temporary status jeopardize his chances of making a lasting change?
Laws that enhance transparency are good, but only to the point that they don't interfere with efforts already underway, argues OMB's Danny Werfel.
GSA's new leader is continuing his review of the agency's operations, and says a new ban on bonuses and awards is intended to keep the agency consistent with his goals.
The DOD disputes a prediction that it will overspend its budget over the next five years, but calls for Congress to allow it more freedom to take cost-cutting measures.
NASA lending libraries? A digital Federal Register? The Obama administration is asking for more ideas to save a little money for the government.
The board aims to keep track of the government's money by linking systems together.
The 2005 round of base realignment has cost $14 billion more than planned, so far, according to the GAO.
The GAO has provided a guide for members of Congress on how to develop and use performance data to create better policy.
DOD turns paper and ink into binary code for efficiency.
The DOD and VA are having difficulty meeting IT goals in a joint healthcare facility.
Dan Chenok takes over the IBM Center for the Business of Government effective July 1.