The Defense Department should document and assess the lessons it learned from deep, sequestration-related budget cuts in fiscal 2013, because those cuts could come back in fiscal 2016, says a May 27 Government Accountability Office report.
The Postal Service hasn't established management's responsibilities for overseeing customized mail pricing contracts with companies, says a recently released Government Accountability Office report.
While the Agriculture Department has made sure its component agencies include veterinarians in its workforce, the Health and Human Services Department hasn't done the same, says a May 26 Government Accountability Office report.
The Air Force spent $14 billion over the last five fiscal years on contracts to meet emergency needs. Such contracts are executed before the final terms are settled, making them considerably risky, says a May 19 Government Accountability Office report.
The State Department has already invested billions of dollars in the expansion of its embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan since 2002 and the spending continues to rise because the agency hasn't properly assessed the risk and cost of the project, says a May 19 Government Accountability Office report.
A program spearheaded by the National Archives and Records Administration to help digitize the federal record keeping process left out any provisions about metadata, according to the Government Accountability Office.
The Defense Department is not moving quickly enough on whistleblower retaliation investigations, says a May 7 Government Accountability Office report.
The Missile Defense Agency has made some progress in meeting its testing and delivery goals for the Ballistic Missile Defense System, but it wasn't able to achieve its overall goals for fiscal 2014, says a May 6 Government Accountability Office report.
The development of an aircraft carrier-based unmanned plane has been delayed by years because the Navy has not determined whether the technology will primarily be used for attacks or for surveillance.
Only about 58 percent of contracts the Defense Department awarded from fiscal 2010 through fiscal 2014 were procured through competition, says a May 1 Government Accountability Office report to Congress.