The U.S. Navy is finding that its carriers are nearly as costly to decommission and scrap as they are to build and launch.
Agencies got a big boost in appropriations midway through the fiscal year, making it harder than usual for them to write contracts to spend all of their appropriated funds.
A report from the Center for Strategic and International Studies says the federal government needs a bigger role in helping state and local police access digital evidence.
The Defense Department’s process for buying commercial items can take even longer than its traditional procurement system.
The Information Security Oversight Office is telling lawmakers how to fix the classification and declassification processes across government instead of just explaining the problem.
The Treasury Department’s Bureau of Fiscal Service lays out ambitious goals to strengthen the central processes of disbursing, collections, reporting and administrative services.
According to Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen, DHS wants a more robust response when companies under cyber attack call its equivalent of 911.
Sardine-eating and phone conferring spoil the idea of collaboration and brotherly love in open plan offices.
Mars is closer to the Earth than ever this month. But we’re not quite ready to get there in person.
An experienced government hand takes over Veterans Affairs and its raft of troubles.
At last Congress goes along with an IT modernizing revolving fund … but the horses mostly stay away from the trough.
NASA is taking an incremental approach to a potential Mars mission, with the proposed 2020 launch of its new Space Launch System as the next step in space exploration.
Trump administration uses battering ram approach to changing union relationship. What can the government learn about labor relations from Major League Baseball.
In setting forth its goals for reorganizing the government, the Trump administration may be missing an important distinction, namely the difference between goals and output measures.