Reform efforts have reduced the number of government websites, but the trickiest challenges lie ahead.
The 2012 National Defense Authorization Act receives presidential stamp of approval despite contested measures regarding controversial provision on indefinite detainment of terror suspects.
OPM CTO David Bowen has been tasked with upgrading the federal retirement system and ensured continued operations of USAJobs.gov.
A social media campaign designed to pressure GOP members to extend a payroll tax cut has taken off on social media sites.
Gordon has met with GAO to talk about how OMB has addressed the issues that put interagency contracting onto the high-risk list in the first place.
Federal agencies are all over the map in terms of how many websites and Web domains they operate, according to a report from the White House's .gov Reform Task Force.
The procurement community had its ways to share the workload, but few used them, says outgoing OFPP administrator Dan Gordon.
A federal advisory board makes recommendations for better integration of federal spending data collection and display systems.
A late-night deal avoided a partial government shutdown, the fifth such occasion this year.
The eGov fund has made a partial comeback, with House and Senate leaders increasing funding in the final version of the fiscal 2012 spending bill.
An Oracle manager loses his job a few days after his comments appear in a newspaper.
At the two-year anniversary of the Obama administration's Open Government Directive, agencies are lagging behind on meeting their transparency deadlines.