OMB fiscal 2019 budget guidance calls for ‘bold reform’
The fiscal 2019 budget may be more than a year away, but the Office of Management and Budget already has a forecast: a chance of more reorganization.
U.S. CIO Graves: The DATA Act will help support IT modernization
The log of federal spending will help agencies make a "cogent business case" for modernization funds, Margie Graves said.
Federal agencies are $3.3B short of data storage savings goals
The 24 agencies participating in the Data Center Optimization Initiative have saved only about $650 million of their collective $4 billion goal.
Top procurement officials bullish Trump will continue innovative acquisition reforms
The Trump administration is poised to continue leaning on the innovative practices introduced under President Barack Obama, particularly as agencies' budgets are set to be cut, leading federal procurement officials said Thursday.
OMB’s plan for government reform: Business as usual for IT
The Office of Management and Budget ended the governmentwide hiring freeze Wednesday with the release of new guidance, a "comprehensive plan for reforming the federal government and reducing the federal civilian workforce."
Gov Actually Episode 9: Can innovation survive federal downsizing?
In this episode of Gov Actually, Phaedra Chrousos joins hosts Danny Werfel and Dan Tangherlini to discuss federal innovation and whether the recent moves of the current administration will extinguish that spark.