The president has threatened to veto CISPA if it reaches his desk.
A House committee approves a bill that would ban agencies from requiring political contribution infromation in contract bids.
The DATA Act digs deep into agencies’ conference spending with quarterly reports.
Like SOPA and PIPA before it, CISPA is raising fears of privacy loss.
An initiative by the Labor Department and Cornell University helps link people with disabilities to federal HR professionals.
Momentum for satellite export reform is stalled by the complex and technical nature of the issue.
Sophisticated infographics are growing in popularity on the Web, and federal agencies are joining in.
Several senators are advocating for reforms to agencies' annual spending on conferences, including proving that the conference advanced the ageny's mission.
Under a forthcoming bill, a senior agency official would have to give approval for any conference costing more than $200,000.
Issa's oversight committee regularly receives updates from IGs, but not from GSA IG Miller regarding his investigation of the lavish Western Regions Conference.
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