Brookings scholars examine why previous reform proposals have been stalled by congressional partisanship and paperwork burdens.
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Package caps discretionary spending at $1.108 trillion, the level that Republicans demanded this year.
Steven Chu says he will stick around as long as President Obama wants him.
Original Dec. 14 deadline has been extended to Dec. 30 to give Congress more time to consider plans to award 10 ships apiece to two contractors.
Program uses inexpensive testing methods to identify the most serious problems with federal sites.
Denial-of-service attacks show the risks to operations when agencies rely on third parties to host IT services, say cybersecurity experts.
Air Force Brig. Gen. Scott Chambers oversaw troop support contracts worth $14.5 billion.
Measure would make the director’s position a five-year presidentially appointed term beginning in 2012.
Democrats fail to overcome a Republican filibuster of the 2011 defense authorization bill that included a provision repealing the 1993 law.
Strategies for hiring veterans, disabled workers and other candidates are improving, report finds.