The decision to change course on joint medical records after spending $1 billion raises concerns on Capitol Hill.
An IG review sparked by a whistleblower report finds officials approved the insecure transmissions.
Forgoing some new hires could reduce pressure to furlough current employees, senator argues.
Like service dogs, which assist the visually impaired in the physical world, technology exists to make websites more useful to people with disabilities. A new federal initiative seeks to accelerate and expand its use.
The number of unimplemented IG recommendations skyrocketed between 2009 and 2012, House panel finds.
It is easy to zero in on the activities that matter when you consider your accomplishments in terms of an epitaph, writes Bob Woods.
Conferences have been under scrutiny for some time, and the crush of sequestration's forced budget cuts only intensifies the pressure.
Starting March 4, the highways around Washington, D.C., may be less congested as federal employees take part in a week of telework intended to promote the practice.
Agencies should be ready for greater scrutiny of certain expenditures, OMB leader warns.
Do you work in an agency that has been particularly successful in workforce development and training initiatives? Now is your chance to nominate it for the 2013 W. Edwards Deming Award, which celebrates excellence in government training.
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