The IRS's Gregory Roseman invoked his Fifth Amendment rights in the face of congressional questioning about work given to a business that claimed HUBZone status -- since revoked -- and service-disabled veteran-owned preference based on the owner's 1984 sports injury.
Contracts based on energy savings could aid the optimization of data centers, but the OMB put a hold on the first such effort was to begin, raising senator's concerns.
Montana's junior senator has taken the helm of a new subcommittee overseeing the efficiency and effectiveness of federal programs.
GSA's acting administrator has just one hurdle left before getting the job on a permanent basis.
Wyden, Grassley re-introduce bipartisan bill to establish database for Medicare information.
An Alabama congressman wants federal employees testifying before Congress to be required to answer questions or lose their jobs.
As processing speed improves, official expresses confidence of meeting the effort's 2015 target.
The Utah congressman is carving out space for himself as one of the key technology policy experts in the Republican caucus.
A new bill would tie contractor salary reimbursements to the vice president's salary, a proposal that raises the ire of some contractor advocates.
While the inquiry is unrelated to Snowden's clearance, 'background investigations have real consequences,' McCaskill says.
GAO report says few small firms would be affected; industry warns the study relies on a 'minuscule' sample size.
Twelve years after a presidential directive called for identification cards incorporating biometrics, federal efforts have lagged.