Sen. James Lankford's "Federal Fumbles" report highlights dozens of wasteful missteps in federal spending.
The U.S. CIO has made a mantra of "land the planes" and pushed notable improvements in his first nine months. But the to-do list for 2016 is long indeed.
The New York Police Department's anti-terror unit is a great example of performance measurement and a willingness to reinvent, Steve Kelman notes.
The Department of Homeland Security's inspector general says FEMA has improved the way it handles IT projects since the last audit in 2011, but work remains.
The General Service Administration has put the IAE codebase on the popular code repository platform and looks to focus developer outreach efforts there as well.
The council says the RFP for the Homeland Security Operational Analysis Center may be too broad and could take away competition for services that currently exist in the contractor market.
The Program Management Improvement Accountability Act would seek to improve how agencies manage their projects by establishing standards for program management and designating program managers as a formal position within the federal government.
A report from the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration concluded the IRS didn't have an efficient plan for replacing the decades-old Electronic Fraud Detection System with the newer version, called the Return Review Program.
The goal of the innovation cell is to evaluate, buy and insert new commercial technologies onto its networks within the space of one year.
In this broadcast, Bill Gormley, president of The Gormley Group, joined host Roger Waldron to for a wide ranging discussion of category management, the common acquisition platform, and the current state of government contracting.