Mission: Impossible Printing in the Digital Age
GPO faces a mission that it has no choice but to accept remaining viable in an era in which traditional printing is disappearing
Transforming government printing
Public Printer Bruce James retools GPO's methods while maintaining its mission
Funding the ties that bind
To link safety-net health clinics, start small, go slowly and stay close to community stakeholders
IT group missing just one thing members
PCAST, formed 7 months ago to focus on IT research, still lacks new members
State, DHS to use tech to secure borders
Army desktops could go thin
Comings and goings
Editorial: Earn trust through privacy
Swire: Making privacy a priority
Sprehe: A puzzling executive order
Welles: Google these books
Agency CIO councils perform offstage
Federal insiders expect larger role for internal councils
Aspiring CIO leaders urged to hone social awareness
WiMax's moment of truth
The wireless technology will get a chance to shine in 2006
Innovations abound at CES
SSA prepares for retiring boomers
Gateway notebook is one cool customer
Contractors told to relax about BlackBerry
Analysts say feared shutdown not likely
County competes in software business
Companies seek to break language barrier
Cookie monster rears its head
OMB's policy prohibits persistent Web cookies, but there are exceptions
Panel to HHS: Move it
TSA's Registered Traveler needs help
Commission struggles to define 'postal service'
Panel seeks changes to DOD acquisition system
A few minutes with Jeff Jonas
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Slowly but surely, the agency's ability to handle cybersecurity has evolved -- but experts say key hurdles remain.
Department credits a fully deployed computer system with helping make a sizable dent in the department’s disability claims backlog.
A key contributor to Clinger-Cohen argues that federal IT has failed to take advantage of the tools that law provided.
A new report surveys the many different approaches to launching a dedicated innovation shop in government.
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The flip side of default data encryption on mobile devices is that a lost or stolen device won't yield up its secrets -- an important feature for many federal employees.
A decade after the 9/11 Commission identified agencies' reluctance to share information as a dangerous shortcoming, the government is moving in the right direction.
The latest offering is intended to help agencies speed the process of deploying authorized cloud solutions.
Cartoonist John Klossner on the telltale indicators that not everything is running through the CIO.
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