Cartoonist John Klossner's impression of the budget.
Legislation before Congress could provide vital support for agencies that are struggling to save money while serving the public.
Did the Edward Snowden incident kill Change.gov? At least one transparency advocate thinks it's possible.
Two of the most data-intensive agencies in the government are due for new leaders.
The new head will take over as the federal personnel office weathers criticism over a retirement processing backlog and other challenges.
After serving in an acting capacity for more than a year, Dan Tangherlini is the president's pick to take the role officially.
Federal CIO will take over while a permanent replacement for Jeffrey Zients is found.
Former CIO of Veterans Affairs is now chief strategy officer of employee-owned, analytics- and mobility-focused firm.
As NASA CIO Linda Cureton leaves government for the private sector, she offers some parting thoughts on the changing role of the federal CIO.
State of the Union address also touches on impending budget cuts.
SBA's Karen Mills announces she will leave her post when her successor is confirmed.
Energy Secretary Steven Chu plans to step down.