A new measure requires the Obama administration to provide to Congress detailed plans for the forced budget cuts that sequestration will bring.
Obama's regulatory czar will soon return to Harvard Law School faculty.
The clock is ticking toward sequestration, and OMB is trying to prepare agencies for the shock.
As a hearing intended to help prepare for the effects of sequestration degenerates into a partisan shouting match, one embarrassed congressman calls the event a 'spectacle.'
As senators prepare to deliberate over the Cybersecurity Act of 2012, a slew of amendments are emerging, including one addressing federal data center consolidation.
Economic growth projected to pick up but recovery remains sluggish, according to the administration's Mid-Session Review.
The Obama administration wants procurement officials to consider how companies treat their business partners as a factor in making contract decisions.
President Obama took to the Wall Street Journal to urge the Senate to pass a cybersecurity bill.
The government risks overspending and missed deadlines without a clear measuring stick for data center consolidations, audit finds.
Do you have better ideas than the Obama administration on how to streamline regulations? Now is the time to speak up.
As sequestration draws near, a newly passed House bill and a companion piece under Senate consideration order the Obama administration to provide details on how it plans to implement the $1.2T in forced spending cuts.
Laws that enhance transparency are good, but only to the point that they don't interfere with efforts already underway, argues OMB's Danny Werfel.