A fast-moving afternoon session led to passage of a bill that will prevent a government shutdown.
Despite complaints from advocacy groups that they've had too little time to review new provisions, the Federal Information Technology Acquisition Reform Act has cleared its first hurdle.
Joint hearing turns combative as political parties square off.
Top Pentagon officials will reassess military priorities in light of sequestration.
Tangherlini tells Congress that cost-cutting pressures are a golden opportunity "for GSA to demonstrate its worth."
The furloughs do not apply to military personnel, but budget cuts are across the board.
The Veterans Affairs Department is not following the SBA's regulations as closely as it claims, says the chairman of the House Small Business Committee's Contracting and Workforce subcommittee.
OFPP pushes agencies to embrace the Federal Award Performance and Integrity Information System and improve the quality of its data.
The Union of Concerned Scientists finds that policies at some agencies inhibit the freedom of scientists to express opinions.
Latest draft of FITARA puts a new twist on the 'lowest price technically acceptable' versus 'best value' debate.
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