The Washington Post

The White House budget, due to come out on Wednesday, will address some of the costly and duplicative programs mentioned in a recent report by the Government Accountability Office.

Federal agencies are leaving “billions of taxpayer dollars on the table” by not carrying out recommendations of in-house watchdogs, according to a report.

A key House committee chairman says agencies should cut wasteful and duplicative programs before targeting other spending in sequestration.

Some technology is provided to IRS employees without a documented need and is underused or not used at all, an audit has found.

There are opportunities to consolidate government programs but the job won't be easy, quick or cheap, according to a newly released study.