A unique view of 2012
Next week, the Administration will be transmitting to Congress a legislative proposal to stop excessive payments to Federal contractors. The proposal builds on previous Administration proposals and language included in the President’s Budget, and marks another important step in our ongoing effort to buy smarter and end wasteful, fiscally imprudent contract spending.
It's been one year since the release of the Digital Government Strategy, part of the President’s directive to build a 21st Century Government that delivers better services to the American people.
Cutting red tape and streamlining the process for making permitting decisions will help us meet the President’s goal of cutting in half the timelines for major infrastructure projects, while creating better outcomes for our communities and for the environment.
The President’s Fiscal Year 2014 Budget is a concrete plan to create jobs and cut the deficit. We do not need to choose between these two priorities. The President’s balanced, compromise plan proves we can do both.
The Administration is strongly committed to reducing duplication and fragmentation and has worked hard over the last four years to make that happen.
OMB's Office of E-Government and Information Technology releases new PortfolioStat guidance to continue drive further management improvements, save billions of dollars across the Federal Government, and improve services to Americans through the use of technology.
The Administration has made it a priority for Federal agencies to dispose of unneeded properties and make more efficient use of the Government’s real estate assets. As the next step in this effort, today, OMB is issuing guidance to direct agencies to implement a “Freeze the Footprint” policy for Federal real estate.
The Administration provided the first-ever quarterly progress update on the government’s 14 Cross-Agency Priority Goals and 103 Agency Priority Goals.