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Are taxpayers getting a good value for their money? That depends on who you ask, and there is no way to answer that question unless a third party steps in. Federal News Radio explores this ongoing issue on In Depth.
A bipartisan team of former national security and military leaders passes judgement on the Quadrennial Defense Review.
OMB controller understands why average citizens are simply not interested in the typical agency financial statement.
In Depth's new series, Pentagon Solutions, takes a look at why Secretary Robert Gates is calling for the cuts of certain programs, and whether or not there might be more to come.
Alan Balutis and Joanne Connelly count down the three most important Federal news stories of the week.
Changes in technology, culture and conditions necessitate not only an update, but growth for the three-year old office.
Tags: In Depth , technology , management , Kshemendra Paul , ISE , DHS , DOJ , FBI , OMB , NARA , Thomas McNamara , information sharing , architecture , NIEM , suspicious activity reporting , Health IT , controlled unclassified information , Jason Miller
SECDEF Gates announced Monday his plan to move $100 billion in spending from back-office functions to war fighter needs.
What should the administration really be doing? We learn all about that during this week's In Depth Conversation.
Cloud computing is going to save agencies lots of money, Brookings scholar says, and there's no reason to wait.
Military downsizing, contracting, and "inherently governmental" debates aren't new - they've been around for years.