GSA's CIO could gain considerable new influence under restructuring plan, acting administrator tells Senate panel.
An agency's business leaders speak a different language than its technology heads, but to accomplish the agency's mission goals they must communicate. At the intersection of these contentious constituents there is often one person providing translation.
Officials often dramatically extend or modify short-term, fixed-price contracts, risking cost overruns, delivery delays and diminished product quality even for simple products and services, scholars conclude.
In an age when employees are expected to always be available, maintaining a work/life boundary is tough -- but managers can make it happen.
Facing budget pressures and a world of shifting priorities, DOD is open to help from contractors as it analyzes and tracks strategies.
Chase Garwood steps into the Small Business Administration's ongoing efforts to upgrade legacy systems.
After convening a panel to help plan for its IT future, the agency said it lacked the resources to act on the advice.
The House Veterans' Affairs Committee interest doesn't stop in Orlando.
Acting Administrator Dan Tangherlini promises more savings yet to come in his quest to curb waste.
A congressional committee makes GSA conference cost the benchmark for potential excessive spending.
As agencies choose to disregard recommendations, members of Congress consider ways to enact the changes anyway.
A cloud platform solves some problems but introduces new security risks. Richard Moulds provides strategies for addressing them.