The specter of sequestration is a character test for any company. Here's what leaders should be doing in today's market.
The Professional Services Council estimates that sequestration cuts will total $39 billion in 2013 for civilian agencies.
Only months from deadline, federal agencies are as unprepared as ever for massive budget cuts. What's the holdup?
VA's Roger Baker says IT must bring business results and a paperless claims system must will eliminate a longstanding backlog.
A new measure requires the Obama administration to provide to Congress detailed plans for the forced budget cuts that sequestration will bring.
Congress is planning to forego appropriations bills for fiscal 2013 in favor of passing a six-month-long stopgap spending measure that would maintain 2012 funding levels though March.
With sequestration just five months away, OMB reaches out to agencies. What is its first step?
Ryep. Gerald Connolly thinks the so-called lame-duck session after the November election offers a brief window of opportunity for solving some of the contentious issues facing Congress.
The $20 billion a year the government wastes because it distrusts contractors is just the beginning of the damage done by poor relationships.
Federal sales expert Steve Charles gives four homework assignments for a successful fourth quarter and beyond.