For once, the federal government blazes a trail for the business sector via its implementation of agency telework programs.
Forty-one percent of federal managers in a recent survey said the use-it-or-lose-it yearly budget cycle hampers identifying additional efficiencies in their agencies.
Agencies and OMB can expect a letter soon from senators to get their response to a recent oversight report that exposes the number of ongoing programs that perform the same function.
The General Services Administration is already laying the groundwork for the follow-on acquisition that will replace the Networx program, while still in the thick of the Networx transition.
Senate and House members asked President Obama to nominate experienced inspectors general to fill vacant spots.
Daniel Patrick Forrester explains why the most effective leaders are those who take time away from multitasking to think reflectively.
Agencies cannot afford to develop proprietary technology when commercial software is so readily available, said the VA CIO.
Human capital data should be used to create organizational change, but this can only happen if business managers are engaged by the information collected, an official with the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency said.
A House committee's defense authorization bill would require defense officials to research where they're getting their supplies in the global marketplace.
A senior administration official told Senators at a hearing May 10 that the government will launch an early version of a new website, Performance.gov, in the next few weeks to publicly track the performance of federal agency programs.
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Last month, Sen. Tom Carper (D-Del.) introduced legislation that would require agency CIOs and the Office of Management and Budget to conduct systematic reviews of IT projects experiencing performance problems.