OMB issues a new model for federal shared services
Four agencies are heading up initial standardization efforts around human resources, financial services, grants management, and cybersecurity marketplaces.
System that tracks federal debt needs security fixes, GAO says
As part of its annual audit of the Schedules of Federal Debt — essentially the Treasury's register of what the government owes to its creditors — the GAO also looks at the associated IT.
USASpending.gov’s downloads go dark due to shutdown
The shutdown's impacts on open data continue to grow.
The IRS wants to meet young people where they are, which is on Instagram
But can the tax agency compete with some of the federal government's best social feeds?
Agencies eager to reskill their workforces are looking positively at automation
RPA's ability to automate repetitive and essential tasks could be leveraged as a gateway technology for many agencies looking to reskill their workforce.
CIOs still don’t have full visibility into IT investment decisions, GAO says
A new report has found that several of federal government’s largest departments still don’t have policies in place to inform CIOs of IT budgeting.