The Treasury Department is launching a series of new data analysis tools to let people have access to a treasure trove of contracts, grants and other spending information like never before.
The Data Coalition released its legislative agenda for 2018. Founder Hudson Hollister discusses some highlights.
Federal grants managers see an opportunity for better data standards and fewer grants management systems to help alleviate compliance burdens.
Christina Ho joins Gigi Schumm in the studio to remind women that you have to take the chance and follow your convictions, even if the path is unclear.
In today's Federal Newscast, Customs and Border Protection says it reviewed over 30 thousand electronic devices last year, while also announcing changes its making to the search process.
A new president kept the federal workforce on its toes this year. Bureauchat hosts Meredith Somers and Nicole Ogrysko discuss the most important stories they covered in 2017.
Members of Congress don't seem so bad when you meet them individually. So why is the totality of the institution such a disaster?
Grant and contract spending reported under the DATA Act is practically useless.
Government Accountability Office auditors found that almost none of the contracts and grants data posted to USASpending was consistent with agency records.
The Government Accountability Office released its first mandated report on data quality and use under the DATA Act.
Treasury's Christina Ho leaves behind a legacy of data transparency.
The Grant Reporting Efficiency and Assistance Transparency Act expands on the DATA Act's standardized federal spending reports.
Five months after the DATA Act rollout, agencies are able to look back on lessons learned and what the future holds for standardized federal spending reports.
Srinivas Kosaraju, federal chief technology officer at Qlik, makes the case for why data analytics can democratize data and save agencies money.