Suzette Kent gave an overview of some of the lessons the Technology Modernization Fund board has learned investing in IT modernization projects.
Government shutdowns accomplish little, lose a lot and can have a political backlash.
The Interior Department said the proportion of its workforce who had experienced some sort of harassment has been cut in half in 2019 after an alarming survey of the agency’s employees two years ago.
The Air Force says it wants to use the last expected bump in funding to build a digital Air Force.
For the latest check on the CFO Act, Federal Drive with Tom Temin turned to the Government Accountability Office’s Director of Financial Management and Assurance Issues, Dawn Simpson.
The White House is signaling it’s not interested in a government shutdown when a temporary government-wide spending bill expires Nov. 21
After years of riding herd on the Census Bureau for getting behind on plans for the 2020 count, now it’s Congress falling down on the job.
Newly proposed legislation will allow the Department of Health and Human Services to pay Public Health Service reservists.
One of the key questions facing those eligible for Medicare is should they take part B and pay its premiums in addition to one of the Federal Employee Health Benefits Program plans?
In today’s Federal Newscast, Comptroller General Gene Dodaro lays out a litany of changes lawmakers should consider as they update the 1990 CFO Act.
Two lawmakers want the Defense Department to only buy American-made drugs.
Lawmakers said they still couldn’t recommend the Department of Veterans Affairs’ accountability office as a safe space for whistleblowers, despite VA’s assertions that the organization is slowly improving.
The Defense Innovation Unit finally shows its cards on what it’s been working on the past few years.
Today’s confirmation hearing for the next inspector general of the Environmental Protection Agency could be a difficult one.