The government lowered its overall improper payment error rate to 4.7 percent, down from 5.42 percent in 2009.
Federal CIO Steven VanRoekel reveals his behind-the-scenes role in trying to save the foundering job-search site.
An appropriations bill would require contracts to leave contractors out of work closely tied to inherently governmental functions.
The White House is appealing to Congress to restore funds for Data.gov, Challenge.gov, Federal IT Dashboard and other high-profile transparency initiatives.
The White House announced new online job search tools for veterans this week, with help from Google, LinkedIn and Twitter.
Participation in the White House's We the People online petition initiative is so robust that the government seems to be finding it challenging to keep up the pace.
The USAJobs 3.0 launch might have gone more smoothly with better social media communications to ease users' concerns.
As the USAJobs debacle dragged into its fourth week, lawmakers and pundits began loudly proclaiming that the incident offered lessons for federal insourcing and IT policy.
VanRoekel's innovation strategy might not be enough to counter the effects of the coming budget cuts. But then again, maybe it will.
Gordon got agency officials to use existing contracts across government, while also sharing their resources, services and contracts.
The poorly performing USAJobs website is showing signs of recovery, according to OPM Director John Berry.
Dan Gordon, OFPP administrator, is stepping down and heading to George Washington University.