• How to Cut the Budget

    President-elect Barack Obama has talked of going line by line to trim the fat in government spending. We want to find out just how easy is it to cut spending. James Horney is Director of…

  • Scared of Section 508?

    Section 508. Not everyone’s a fan, but it’s important. Federal Web site editors and content managers are facing a new challenge, though. They have to make sure that Web 2.0 tools are Section 508 compliant…

  • SAGE Advice for CFO’s

    FederalNewsRadio has been Tracking the Transition — and following the money. Today, the Council for Excellence in Government released the Federal CFO Roadmap to give current and in-coming CFO’s insights about the job, the duties…

  • Obama transition learns from the past

    Common mistakes hope to be avoided by setting tone early

  • Kashkari details progress under TARP

    The Treasury Department has committed $125 billion so far to the Capital Purchase Program part of the financial rescue plan. Neel Kashkari, the Treasury’s interim assistant secretary for financial stability, today said the department submitted…

  • Cracking Open a Good Book

    We’ve been telling you about the FederalNewsRadio Book Club and how you can get involved. The first book that we’ve selected is called The Speed of Trust by Stephen M.R. Covey. The person who suggested…

  • Talking Transparency

    We’ve been hearing a lot about transparency lately, but it seems just about everybody has a different definition of what transparency is. To make matters even more complex — why does it matter in the…

  • Last Minute Efforts Don’t Please Everyone

    The country knows who the next president will be, but President Bush is still in office, and his administration is trying to push through a number of environmental regulations before it leaves. Rick Melberth is…

  • Agencies to set own human capital PMA goals

    Federal management to remain priority in next administration

  • Most agencies miss HSPD-12 deadline

    OMB says those who missed it must have corrective plans

  • OMB tells agencies how to deal with earmarks

    Budget experts say memo is confusing

  • Information Revolution, Part 2

    Data relevancy taking over data accessibility

  • The importance of innovation

    Why the federal government needs to get back on the ball when it comes to fostering abstract thought.