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.
The Obama administration has launched a center intended to help foster a more mobile-friendly, customer-centric government, with a new leader at the helm.
New OFPP Administrator Joe Jordan talks about making the most of the government's buying power and how to provide cutting-edge solutions for agencies while still maintaining oversight.
OMB is asking agencies to report on their progress at speeding up payments.
The Obama administration uses federal contracts to get money to small subcontractors faster.
NASA lending libraries? A digital Federal Register? The Obama administration is asking for more ideas to save a little money for the government.
The board aims to keep track of the government's money by linking systems together.
First survey since Telework Act reveals key trends.
Senator, CRS at odds on program's effectiveness.
The recent thunderstorm that resulted in widespread power outages could serve as a reminder that telework is a valuable option for federal agencies.
The White House is making progress on realizing its vision of building a technology-savvy, citizen-centric government.