Customs and Border Protection's drone surveillance program lacks a consistent budget and isn't well planned, audit finds.
The high level of scrutiny on the Recovery Act minimized the risk of fraud and abuse, former chairman says.
Officials propose several revisions to the value engineering model, an approach to saving money when resources are tight that dates from WWII.
The Selective Service System, which would administer a military draft if needed, hasn't been reevaluated in nearly 20 years, according to a GAO report.
John Koskinen helped the U.S. brace for Y2K -- and in doing so changed federal IT.
The General Services Administration could come under tighter restrictions if new legislation passes, based on recent revelations about its spending habits.
Jonathan Breul is retiring as executive director of the research organization.
Setting good goals is only part of the solution where programs that span multiple agencies are concerned, GAO says.
Some GSA customer agencies may not be getting the best service in the Pacific Rim Region because the region is struggling with inventories and training, according to a new report.
A dozen years after Future Combat Systems was born and three years after it was canceled, the program still bears a hefty price tag.
Also in the strategy: A moratorium on .gov domains and a call for innovators for 'game-changing projects.'