Echoing earlier assurance from VA's CIO, DOD says that the departments are still working together on an electronic health records program, although its shape has changed from the original vision.
Official praises agency accomplishments, warns budget cuts could impede future progress.
Thomas Sharpe, two months into his new role, pledges to address problems highlighted by inspector general.
Alec Ross, who recently announced his plans to step down, has finished his tenure at State and is returning to the private sector.
A converted satellite provides a valuable stopgap against a potential loss of coverage, but durability fears persist.
A new honor for personnel who contribute to war efforts from remote locations, such as drone pilots or those who fight in cyberspace, is ranked too highly, critics say.
Employees cancel speaking engagements as agency moves "aggressively" to deal with sequestration.
An IG report shows that several factors contributed to GSA's failure to achieve the savings that it could have attained.
Mary Jo White, speaking to a Senate panel, laid out the areas she sees most in need of attention.
The decision to change course on joint medical records after spending $1 billion raises concerns on Capitol Hill.
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