The Trump administration sent to Congress earlier this week a draft bill called the Federal Information Technology Supply Chain Risk Management Improvement Act.
The most recent update to Performance.gov shows the Trump administration spent the winter months drafting and presenting its ideas for civil service modernization.
The Senate Appropriations Subcommittee has concerns about the amount of and specific information OMB is providing about the Technology Modernization Fund.
Among the ideas included in the Trump administration’s reorganization proposal are recommendations to create a new public-private research center and move some aspects of FEMA and TSA to the Transportation Department.
Rep. Barbara Comstock (R-Va.) has offered legislation to give federal employees up to 12 weeks of paid leave for the birth, adoption or foster placement of a child.
The Internal Revenue Service faces an uphill battle in preparing for the next filing season, according to National Taxpayer Advocate Nina Olson.
GSA and USDA ask for vendor feedback on initial plans for phase 2 of the IT modernization centers of excellence strategy.
Office of Management and Budget attempted to sell lawmakers on its reorganization proposals Wednesday. The proposal to reorganize the Office of Personnel Management sparked mostly concern from members.
OMB Deputy Director Margaret Weichert testifies before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee today.
The federal government issues more than $660 billion dollars in grants each year. But the way it collects and generates data about those payments is a mess.
The Trump administration’s proposal to shift all personnel policy offices currently housed within the Office of Personnel Management to a new entity within the White House is earning some praise, but a lot of skepticism.
Some agency leaders have so far promised to remain transparent as the Trump administration attempts to make good on its reorganization proposals.
Former DHS CHCO Jeff Neals says although he might disagree with some of the details, the proposal has enough goodness in it that it should not be reflexively dismissed.
Roger Waldron, president of The Coalition for Government Procurement, reviews GSA and OMB’s initial Phase II Public Meeting.