Party document accuses current administration of "costly and heavy-handed regulatory approach."
Pat Howard, the chief information security officer at the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, is retiring from government in April.
Ashton Carter, under secretary of defense for acquisition, technology and logistics, is expected to replace William Lynn in the No. 2 post at the Defense Department.
After more than two years in the job, Deputy Defense Secretary William Lynn will step down from the second-highest DOD post to spend more time with his family.
The Federal Hiring Freeze Act is introduced by Rep. Tom Marino (R-Pa.).
Unconfirmed reports indicate that Teri Takai, chief information officer for the state of California, will become DOD's next CIO.
Virginia Gov.-elect Bob McDonnell has nominated Jim Duffey to serve as his secretary of technology, according to announcement today from the Northern Virginia Technology Council.
The General Services Administration is experiencing a version of musical chairs among its executives, even as the agency continues to await Senate confirmation of Martha Johnson as its new administrator.
An annual report says government secrecy decreased slightly in the last year of the Bush administration.
Transition to Networx slowed further because Sen. Kit Bond won't let Martha Johnson's confirmation come up for a vote.
University of Maryland officials affirm Kundra earned degrees there, after a tech blogger challenges the federal CIO's bio.
Michael Robertson, who has worked closely with President Barack Obama since his 2004 Senate campaign, has become chief acquisition officer at GSA.
Government Computer News names the top government Web sites that best embrace Web. 2.0 practices.
As the curtain comes down on the Open Government Initiative's opening night, we figured it was time to hear from the critics. The reviews are decidedly mixed.
Government Accountability Office moves into Web 2.0 to take its products to the people rather than waiting for them to come to it.