House Homeland Security Chairman Michael McCaul said Congress needs "to take aggressive action."
Steve Kelman explains why this year's emphasis on performance management could be different.
Federal agencies are facing deadlines for managing email that qualifies as federal records.
After stints at the Pentagon and AEI, William Greenwalt is returning to the Senate Armed Services Committee to focus on defense acquisition.
Inspectors general complain to Congress that agencies often respond to requests for information with claims that it is protected by law.
Six agencies in particular would see significantly increased funding levels if the administration's budget shapes actual appropriations.
Overall IT spending is tabbed at $86.4 billion, with much of the increase driven by a hike in cybersecurity funding.
The Secret Service has long explored technology to combat the threat of commercial drones, but the Jan. 26 crash of a quadcopter on White House grounds could spur interest in deploying it.
Baseline standards for interoperability could ultimately affect the level of reimbursement from Medicare and other federal health programs.
News and notes from around the federal IT community.
The action was sparked by a 2014 Department of Veterans Affairs inspector general investigation.
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