The House Oversight and Government Reform Committee is looking into political appointees who slide into career jobs.
The FBI closed its case against Hillary Clinton, but many on Capitol Hill still have questions.
Lawmakers are considering opening up previously limited federal functions to commercial competition.
The Energy Department withdrew plans for a rule that would set up definitions for contractors to adhere to or face financial penalty.
Recently introduced legislation would open the world of modern transportation apps to federal reimbursement.
The U.S. Postal Service's cyber incident system is overwhelmingly identifying normal activity as malicious, according to a new inspector general report.
The House passed a bill that would give agencies authority to block employee access to webmail, but the White House is pledging a veto.
Emails that contain government records don't gain immunity from FOIA just because they reside on an non-governmental system, an appeals court decided July 5.
In unusual public statement, FBI Director Comey slams Hillary Clinton's e-mail practices and lax security culture at State Department, while declining to recommend charges.
In many cases, federal CDOs find themselves focused less on technology and more on playing adviser to leaders within their agencies.
Without a restoration of the hiring authority that brought him in, the long-serving CTO departed the IRS at the end of June.
The federal watchdog warns in a new report that the Census Bureau's $12.5 billion price tag for 2020 was not calculated reliably.