A well-orchestrated campaign against anti-piracy bills in the House and Senate has persuaded legislators to reconsider provisions for filtering and blocking sites on the Internet.
The 2012 National Defense Authorization Act receives presidential stamp of approval despite contested measures regarding controversial provision on indefinite detainment of terror suspects.
Republican leaders in the House of Representatives announced that they would accept compromise legislation that provides a two-month extension of the payroll tax cut set to expire at the beginning of the year.
The defense authorization bill would put potentially time-sensitive technology plans on hold for DOD -- maybe for better, more likely for worse.
Transparency advocates are cheering House leader's creation of a central website to provide access to legislative documents in XML format.
A late-night deal avoided a partial government shutdown, the fifth such occasion this year.
The former Defense Secretary calls for Congress members to learn to compromise.
The Obama administration considered requiring political contribution information in contract bids, a proposal that raised a lot of concern in Congress and industry.
The Sunlight Foundation transparency group released its revamped version of Capitol Word, a tool by which to gauge popularity of words used by Congress.
The latest threats for a government shutdown are ringing hollow as Congress tones down the confrontation.
DISA's fiscal 2011 Defense Working Capital Fund financial statement has earned the agency its first "clean" audit designation.
Industry groups concerned about some provisions in the DOD's authorizing legislation.