Frustrated users of Obama's new online petition site ask what's the point?
Government buying needs the expertise of acquisition workers, official says.
Some lawmakers want to make suspension or debarment of misbehaving contractors mandatory, but the outgoing OFPP head disagrees with the strategy.
GAO documented 20 years of OPM's failed efforts to modernize its retirement system.
DOD has missed two deadlines to report data center consolidation progress, but an official says the department has surpassed target figures.
The government lowered its overall improper payment error rate to 4.7 percent, down from 5.42 percent in 2009.
Agencies have not used suspension and debarment authorities effectively, Lew says
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.