Suder's proposal for improving government procurement became the foundation for the General Services Administration's BetterBuy Project.
Milcetich pioneered the use of social media in the Federal Citizen Information Center, including the use of a document-sharing site to make government publications more widely available.
Baldwin developed a strategy for collecting and analyzing information on the federal government's existing data centers.
Shah provided technical, contracting and project management support for the Army's Medical Communications for Combat Casualty Care program.
Niewood retrofitted an old system with a standardized electronic contract file structure, which fostered the development of a paperless environment at GSA's Office of Assisted Acquisition Services.
As GSA ramps up FedRAMP, security remains a concern in efforts to move government IT to the cloud, officials told a House subcommittee.
David McClure, associate administrator at GSA's Office of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies, listed the administration's top priorities for support from the shrinking E-Government Fund.
The General Services Administration is not doing enough to secure its public-facing wiki and social media sites against unauthorized access and security breaches, according to a new report.
Agencies are going to GSA to buy their commercial off-the-shelf products rather than developing custom-made solutions, so GSA is developing its own solution.
High-profile federal transparency initiatives such as Data.gov are on the chopping block in Congress, under pressure to prove they provide real value.
The Government Accountability Office did an audit of the $34 million Electronic Government Fund and found limited progress and incomplete metrics on several projects.
Three federal agency IT leaders offer a snapshot of how the government's 25-point IT management plan is changing their operations.