Evidence-based policymaking isn’t necessarily to let others look over the shoulders of federal programs, but rather to help those programs succeed.
Both the Veterans Affairs and Interior Departments are moving federal employees out of Washington, D.C., and into consolidated regional offices.
Despite their unique missions, agencies face the same challenges when it comes to balancing risks, resources, and resilient bad actors.
The reorganization plans of three agencies show a trend of consolidating, centralizing back-office functions.
The CIO Council, OPM and OMB are hosting a hiring fair Nov. 6-7 in Maryland.
The plan covers records management oversight, digitizing 500 million pages of records, and improving NARA hiring practices.
The Office of Management and Budget released its fiscal 2016 e-government implementation report to Congress in late August.
The new report includes 22 recommendations, including the creation of a National Secure Data Service, and asking Congress to lift certain bans on data use and collection.
AFGE and NFFE say they have not had a substantive seat at the table during the drafting of HUD’s reform plans.
The Senior Executive Service must be allowed to play a key role in change and reorganization.
The White House’s American Technology Council is seeking comments on its draft plan to move agencies off legacy IT.
Margaret Weichert will be the nominee to be OMB deputy director for management and Jeff Pon will be the new nominee to lead OPM.
Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney said it might be time to do away with the Congressional Budget Office.
Ugorji Nwoke, a client architect with MuleSoft, makes the case for why the use of reusable software code can turn shared services from promising to impactful.