After nearly $10 million in IT contracts, officials say cemetery still uses paper records to track graves.
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Agencies could benefit from a more comprehensive approach to assessing their employees’ capabilities and any gaps in talent, GAO says.
If the supplemental spending bill had been delayed much longer, it could have caused problems for some military pay.
The inspector general is looking into whether hundreds of agents took shortcuts on a training test.
Deepwater recapitalization program faces cost and schedule growth, watchdog finds.
Agency will conduct public hearings in Texas and Colorado in August.
OMB says if flagged programs aren’t turned around, they could be cut from next budget cycle.
Judge blocks most controversial parts of immigration law, which takes effect on July 31.
Personnel agency makes the case for continuing the shift toward shared service centers, noting efforts to date have saved taxpayers $1.3 billion.
In farewell speech, Peter Orszag highlights the administration’s efforts to improve efficiency.