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Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif.

House Passes Federal IT Reform Yet Again, This Time With Defense Bill

FITARA was cut from last year’s Defense authorization at the last minute.

Agencies Get Tougher on Misbehaving Contractors

Changes in staffing, resources and case referral processes have resulted in more suspensions and debarments.

White House Cybersecurity Coordinator Michael Daniel

HHS, DHS and EPA Don’t Need to Dole Out New Cyber Rules

Voluntary measures will suffice, the White House has concluded.

Time Management: Taming Your Inner Rebel

How to recognize the roadblocks to powerful work routines.

“VA personnel should be accountable for their actions; otherwise the current system of mediocrity and failure will remain,” Sen. Jerry Moran, R-Kan., said.

Senate Panel Advances More Legislation Targeting VA Executives

Spending bill includes provisions banning bonuses and making it easier to fire managers.

The Myth That Americans Are Busier Than Ever

"How did we get so busy?" the New Yorker asks. Let's define busy. And, while we're at it, let's define we, too.

Boehner Says He Has No Confidence in Veterans Affairs Investigation

The House speaker says he's 'getting a little closer' to calling for VA chief's resignation.

What Managers Do When Technology Does Their Work

Roles change when coordination and communication functions are automated.

Marines participate in a training exercise at Camp Pendleton, Calif., in April.

House OKs 1.8 Percent Pay Raise for Troops, Officer Pay Freeze

Defense authorization bill also includes provisions making it easier to re-employ retirees, and limiting furloughs of working capital fund employees.

"I wish this bill did more," Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner, R-Wis., said.

The House Just Passed a Bill to End Mass NSA Spying. But Will It Really Change Anything?

Tech companies and privacy groups say the measure leaves loopholes for intelligence agencies to exploit.