Program Management


OMB's digital strategy expected imminently

The long-awaited OMB digital strategy builds on existing initiatives and incorporates mobile devices in prominent roles, according to an early look.

Providing evidence for funding will challenge agency thinking

Meeting OMB's new directives will require careful attention to detail in providing evidence, experts say.

GSA's IG probes aren't over yet

A Senate panel has provided a list of targets for future investigations into GSA's operations, and requested updates on the IG office's progress.

With NGEN, Navy prepares for move to the future

The Navy's long-awaited NGEN solicitation has been released, marking an official step forward for the service.

Shared services plan offers a short runway

Agencies have only until August to file an "enterprise road map" in accordance with the new IT shared services plan.

Who needs 21 e-mail systems?

An anecdote illustrates the value of the shared IT services strategy.

DOD puts its acquisition procedures under a microscope

DOD is taking a multi-faceted approach to overhauling the way it buys goods and services in the face of dwindling funds.

PSC: New research center isn't CMS' only option

As the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid updates to meet the new health-care law, one industry group says officials have more options that launching a research center.

House tightens controls on conference spending

The DATA Act digs deep into agencies’ conference spending with quarterly reports.

Agile development gets low priority in federal IT

Serena Software surveyed 225 federal IT professionals to find out their top priorities.

GSA takes budget control from regions

GSA's regions no longer have authority over their budgets, part of the battered agency's effort to recover from its recent scandal.

Former GSA leader regrets scandal that 'besmirched' agency's good name

Martha Johnson, who stepped down as GSA head when a report revealed spending abuses at an agency conference, expressed her regrets to a House panel, while another official implicated in the affair invoked his fifth amendment rights.