With the fiscal 2011 budget settled, the 2012 budget now takes center stage.
The new Assess online platform may eliminate the old "knowledge, skills, abilities" method of sizing up candidates.
Modernizing old applications could free a lot of money that is sunk into operations and maintenance, write two executives at Unisys Federal Systems.
Federal agencies are publishing charts, graphics and progress reports on their open government efforts.
We might be entering a new Tower of Babel age in which the proliferation of devices and standards makes it harder, not easier, to collaborate, writes consultant Dennis McDonald.
The Health and Human Services Department was by far the highest spender on federal advisory committees, accounting for about half the total federal spending on such committees for 2001 to 2010, according to a new GSA website.
Rep. Darrell Issa, an advocate for open government, has pledged to prevent fed transparency sites from being shut down despite budget tightening.
The Smithsonian Institution's CTO shares tips on how federal knowledge workers can adapt and learn from new technologies.
Here are four examples of agencies tailoring public information and services to mobile users.
The Energy Department's Cammie Croft talks about the challenges of being a social media advocate in the federal government and the importance of staying on the front lines of new technology.
House GOP lawmakers are proposing a 50 percent cut in open government initiatives including Data.gov and the IT Dashboard.
Former White House Deputy CTO Beth Noveck is promoting an open-source system to identify and label the 18 million business entities in the United States.