The Selective Service System, which would administer a military draft if needed, hasn't been reevaluated in nearly 20 years, according to a GAO report.
Senator's research charges that much approrpiated funding sits unused, often resulting in unnecessary, wasteful spending.
The Air Force's annual IT conference has been shelved for 2012 as event spending comes under tough government scrutiny.
GSA teleworkers billed $750,000 in travel expenses, raising questions in Congress.
Currently, the Executive Compensation Benchmark is based on the median amount provided to senior executives in large U.S. corporations. One Senate commmittee says it's growing too much.
The committee says reverse auctions stimulate “aggressive competition” among vendors and lead to lower prices.
Legislation that would restrict conferences is already having a chilling effect on government/industry communications, write FCW's Anne Armstrong.
As defense officials try to figure out where to trim costs, the White House offers some advice: Avoid a last-in, first-out approach.
After just five months of vacancy, OFPP has a new leader.
The Senate's defense bill is $3 billion more than the president's request and doesn't account for the budget cuts of sequestration.
Congress aims for higher overall small-business contracting goals, even as administration officials consider them "unrealistic."
Two Senate bills are stalled while compromise seems unlikely.