For the government to trim its costs and size, the administration needs to take a more strategic approach and give agencies some autonomy in deciding what's best for them, according to an expert.
Obama's 2013 budget proposal aims to cut federal IT but increase its use when it makes government more efficient.
The VA's dispute with its employees' union continued to heat up as the agency responded to claims that its outsourcing practices are undermining its veteran hiring goals.
The Veterans Affairs Department is continuing to outsource jobs currently or historically held by veterans, according to union.
Union leader suggests VA's telework policies violate the Telework Enhancement Act of 2010.
The upcoming retirement wave of baby boomers should serves as an opportunity to assess what government positions are necessary, says a government reform expert.
The majority of government workers are using laptops in their work more than any other device.
A new bill would bar step increases for the remainder of 2012.
Agencies expecting a continued flow of qualified applicants for vacant positions should take a hard look at this study's findings.
OPM chief calls delays "unacceptable," pledges to make issue his top priority.
A House vote moves a one-year pay-freeze extension closer to reality.
A Wisconsin lawmaker becomes the latest to propose adding a year to the current pay freeze.