In an increasingly high-profile morass, the Veterans Affairs Department's tech troubles are only growing worse. Most recently, several key leaders have stepped down while the integrated health record effort stalls and a massive claims backlog remains unresolved.
The 112,000 federal employees who participated in this year's event during the week of March 4 were 'equal if not more productive' while working remotely than when in the office.
The $10.9 billion Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite-R (GOES-R) program faces potential launch delays, cost increases and budget shortfalls.
Sequestration has redefined 'normal,' but agency leaders are beginning to recognize new kinds of opportunities in it.
Government recruiting efforts have a lot of hurdles already. Steve Kelman identifies a possible new one.
Agencies have long relied on outside consultants to help them achieve their goals, and the current economic environment could provide an opportunity to enhance those partnerships.
GSA IG finds vendors using poorly worded contract clause to sidestep price reductions.
When a hacked AP Twitter account falsely reported President Obama's injury in an explosion, the public reacted with no immediate White House assurance. There are better ways to handle such situations.
Republicans are turning their attention to the provision of the healthcare reform law that requires the establishment of online health insurance exchanges.
There will (we're pretty sure) be no 'Reservoir Dogs' tactics when Rep. John Mica (R-Fla.) holds his April 25 warehouse hearing, but witnesses can expect some tough questions.
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