The final deal calls for $1 trillion in spending for fiscal 2014, reduces sequestration cuts, adds money for defense and domestic programs, and requires newly hired federal employees to contribute more to their retirement plans.
A revised version of the Pentagon policy bill could be considered in the House this week.
A new report from the Center for American Progress warns about the impact of the next round of sequester cuts on federal programs, including IT.
By using PeopleSoft, the Texas facility’s application could serve as a baseline for integration across the National Nuclear Security Administration.
How advancements in big data can help federal agencies avoid duplication, redundancies and other budgetary challenges.
The Office of Management and Budget launched PortfolioStat last year to help 26 major agencies identify and reduce
duplicative IT investments. Here's how they’re doing.
Steve Kelman assesses U.S. standing in Asia -- and finds we still have a great deal to lose.
The aircraft were bought six years ago to monitor marijuana fields, but can't get off the ground.
GSA, DOE and EPA are tasked with launching a pilot energy data exchange program at federal facilities within 120 days.
GAO recommends issuing governmentwide guidance aimed at helping agencies maximize competition and savings when using reverse auctions.
The Army Enterprise Email Migrations Team was a big winner in the DOD CIO awards.
The disastrous launch of HealthCare.gov looms as an object lesson on proving technology before it is deployed.