12:00 PM ET The Department of Defense is determined to avoid the return of sequestration-level funding, or at least to let policymakers know exactly how much it will cost U.S. national security.
April 18, 2014 As the Internet scrambles to recover from vulnerabilities caused by Heartbleed, federal research agencies must also look to secure their data.
April 17, 2014 NASA is leading the way in initiatives to open government data for public use. But why are other agencies lagging behind?
April 11, 2014 More than two years after a government watchdog reported tens of billions in contracting waste in Iraq and Afghanistan, federal agencies continue to struggle to account for contractor activity.
April 10, 2014 Federal IT managers are uneasy about the Obama Administration's 2014 priorities. Did the Healthcare.gov saga have anything to do with it?
April 3, 2014 Defense acquisition reform has recently become a hot topic again for the defense community. Though acquisition reform has been attempted again and again over the last 50 years, circumstances today suggest structural reform may actually be possible now.
March 21, 2014 Survey data from the 2013 Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey and a recent GBC study suggests agencies have a long way to go to meet high-level performance goals.
March 19, 2014 How will current E-Government initiatives shape the relationship between government and citizens in 2025?
March 14, 2014 The October 2013 government shutdown cost local communities over $414 million in tourism and visitor spending, says the National Park Service.
March 12, 2014 GBC and Booz Allen Hamilton teamed up with KCnext to present new research on the impact big data is having across the federal government. The Twitter-sphere offers a brief but informative recap of the event.