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FILE - This May 4, 2021, file photo shows the Treasury Building in Washington. The U.S. budget deficit hit $2.54 trillion for the first 10 months of this budget year, fed by spending to support the country after the pandemic-induced recession. The figures keep the deficit on track to be second largest annual shortfall in U.S. history, behind only the most recent fiscal year that ended Sept. 30. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky, File)

An old hand at federal budgeting analyzes what the 2023 proposal really says

Nearly every agency would see more money in 2023 under the Biden administration’s top line request, but it also shows the increasing pressure of the so-called…

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For federal agencies, the Biden budget proposal is like a lottery nearly everyone wins

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Special Report: Benefits of Technology Modernization Fund validated

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Federal CDOs still lack clarity around responsibilities, report finds

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Robert Shea: Examining the Trump admin.’s plan to restructure health, labor and education

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What’s old is new again as groups try to influence new president’s agenda

NAPA and Heritage release papers promoting evidence-based policymaking while the Reason Foundation highlights the lack of public-private competition under…

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OMB to clear the path for agencies in their move to the cloud

The 26th annual survey CIOs by Grant Thornton and the Professional Services Council found cloud computing moved into the top five priorities, but several…

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Neal Wolin, former Deputy Secretary of the Department of the Treasury

‘Rhythm’ of respect, communication keys to agency oversight

Whether there’s a presidential transition or not, agency leaders need to maintain a respectful and open dialogue with their Office of Inspector General.

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