A bipartisan group wants the Department of Defense and other agencies to begin the process of vacating a key swath of spectrum as the statutory deadline for a related auction approaches.
Agencies might have trouble cutting travel budgets as much as a new bill proposes, and videoconferencing -- the legislation's preferred solution -- brings its own set of challenges.
XML release and related legal schema could 'revolutionize' the way lawmakers and citizens interact with the law.
The Coast Guard's efforts to connect multiple streams of data on potential maritime threats to be shared across federal, state and local law enforcement remains a work in progress.
After several failed attempts to move comprehensive cybersecurity legislation, Congress is taking a new approach.
Bill would put OMB in charge of goals, require OPM to lessen retirement claims backlog.
Senator blocks a confirmation vote for Katherine Archuleta, wants answers to his questions on health care reform.
In a sharply divided Congress, the Senate's management guru gains ground in his nonpartisan approach to the government's fiscal and performance challenges.
GAO urges the border agency to update its manual methods for estimating the length of time trucks wait in line to cross Mexican borders into the U.S.
As lawmakers continue to try to make sense of a hold on an Energy Department project, the U.S. CIO's response at a hearing provokes more questions.
FITARA's effort to make CIOs political appointees reflects a rift between lawmakers and those who actually run government programs, says Bob Woods.
NIST's work on a cyber framework is already underway. A new bill would give the institute statutory support for its executive-order duties.