Congress and the president adjust some deadlines in the STOCK Act, but opponents still object to public disclosure.
Conventional wisdom holds that federal budget cuts lead to less spending on contracts and, therefore, to job declines. Is that really true?
A new measure requires the Obama administration to provide to Congress detailed plans for the forced budget cuts that sequestration will bring.
Three agencies have implemented some of the recommendations of the Wartime Contracting Commission, but now say they don't want to do more. Some senators are considering making it mandatory.
House lawmakers made some changes to a Senate bill that puts more controls on the use of government charge cards.
GAO says advancing technology has rendered many privacy rules inadequate and outdated, creating new risks.
A Republican filibuster prevented the Senate from voting on the Cybersecurity Act of 2012 -- which might have also included data center consolidation measures -- greatly dimming hopes for legislation this year.
VA has a database of verified companies owned by veterans. Other agencies could take advantage of that resource, GAO says.
As a hearing intended to help prepare for the effects of sequestration degenerates into a partisan shouting match, one embarrassed congressman calls the event a 'spectacle.'
The Transportation and Infrastructure Committee expects to have GSA testifying about its spending choices, but the invited officials are not saying no.
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