Legislation harboring some major changes to federal IT, including budget authority for CIOs, is one major step closer to becoming law.
Small firms' offerings don't always fit the initiative's model.
A bill inching closer to reality would phase out agency suspension/debarment offices.
The next major piece of procurement reform legislation has been significantly amended in recent weeks.
Should federal IT leaders have a seat at the budget table? Witnesses say yes, but caution that one approach does not fit all.
The death of Sen. Frank Lautenberg prompts changes in the Senate's hearing schedule.
After serving as Mr. Fix-it in the wake of a scandal, the GSA administrator is talking 10-year goals and preparing to drop the 'acting' from his title.
Obama's opposition to House appropriations bills signals another long summer of contention over funding the government.
OFPP's Jordan says White House is preparing a legislative proposal to use president's salary as the new cap.
Ranking member of House Homeland Security Committee tells Napolitano her department's response was both late and insufficient.
Chairman cites uncertainty as reason to not start another round of base closures.
Software is at greater risk of cyber-attack than hardware, but foreign-made gear is still raising concerns.