Three senators are trying to get a reduction to the compensation cap added to the continuing resolution.
A bill that's been around in various forms for 10 years is back, seeking to open public access to government research.
Measure, pending Senate passage, would prevent government shutdown.
Forgoing some new hires could reduce pressure to furlough current employees, senator argues.
Washington D.C.'s non-voting member of Congress offers encouragement to federal employees, pledges support.
Committee chairman says across-the-board cuts can be avoided if agencies can identify unnecessary or wasteful programs, while White House draws on pop culture to promote president's plan.
Witnesses testifying at House committee hearing emphasized the 'poisoned atmosphere' that acquisition officials must work in, as part of an effort to shape an upcoming reform bill.
If we can drive cars for more than 100,000 miles, Congressman wonders, why do agencies need the newest IT products?
House hearing on draft legislation explores budget authority, chains of command and the sheer number of agency CIOs.
As Congress assembles a new IT procurement bill, the former head of the OFPP urges easing tensions between agencies and companies as his 'myth-busting' campaign sought to do.
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