Agency News: White House

USAJobs goes splat instead of splashy

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.

John Monroe

Innovation vs. austerity: Who wins?

VanRoekel's innovation strategy might not be enough to counter the effects of the coming budget cuts. But then again, maybe it will.

Did OPM forget USAJobs was about jobs?

The USAJobs 3.0 launch might have gone more smoothly with better social media communications to ease users' concerns.

Kempf: OFPP's legacy is collaboration

Gordon got agency officials to use existing contracts across government, while also sharing their resources, services and contracts.

OPM: USAJobs has turned a corner

The poorly performing USAJobs website is showing signs of recovery, according to OPM Director John Berry.

OFPP's Gordon to leave government for the classroom

Dan Gordon, OFPP administrator, is stepping down and heading to George Washington University.

FedRAMP to become mandatory, fed CIO says

NIST guidelines, FedRAMP and monitoring contribute to cloud security

Short tenures at OFPP hurt acquisition initiatives, experts say

Dan Gordon, soon to leave the agency, set the bar high for the next appointee

USAJobs drops offline due to hardware problems

The USAJobs website went offline, experiencing hardware difficulties, on Nov. 1

GSA begins major telework push

GSA signs new telework policy that aims to promote teamwork and guide federal supervisors in managing a mobile workforce.

USAJobs on brink of becoming a political issue

The disastrous USAJobs relaunch is starting to raise the eyebrows of lawmakers and other stakeholders.

GAO: OMB's definition of IT investments is too broad

The Office of Management and Budget should be more detailed in its guidance to federal agencies in identifying IT investments to avoid understated numbers, according to a watchdog report.

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