The president's plan would grant feds a modest pay raise -- but only under one condition, which might be hard to meet.
After being chastised for squandering money on various occasions, the agency taps its employees to get the best ideas on how to reduce costs and cut waste.
First GSA, then the VA, now an Army officer allegedly involved in frivolous spending. Who's next?
NTEU survey says Americans believe the government needs to commit more resources and manpower to areas such as food safety, veterans’ assistance, and nuclear safety.
New guidance requires agencies to propose IT cuts, reinvestments.
The framework to transform the government to better suit 21st-century needs gets nods from private-sector IT professionals.
The federal social media database takes the guessing out of which accounts belong to government agencies.
It says a lot about the budget limbo we live in that yet another continuing resolution counts as progress.
VA deploys latest version of paperless claims processing system, another step on the road to eliminating a longstanding backlog.
Cyberattacks have long been a threat, but experts think the danger is increasing.
Officials at the Commerce Department asked the public for ideas on what to focus on in implementing the federal digital strategy, and the replies are coming in.
Unchanging travel spending rate aligns with acting administrator's ongoing agency review.