American University has bestowed its Roger W. Jones Award for Executive Leadership to DOD's Dave Wennergren and the Census Bureau's Thomas Mesenbourg Jr.
Despite years of effort, agencies are still not using the chief acquisition officer role well, according to an audit. The head of the government's procurement policy agency seeks to change that.
The new public-private partnership program, to be housed at NIST's National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence, will seek solutions for some of the more pressing cyber risks.
Steve Kelman gauges how his students felt about the GSA conference spending scandal before and then after taking part of a course on management and leadership.
GSA's acting administrator would like to see the agency develop a DARPA-like 'heart and soul of innovation,' but experts warn that it would require a high tolerance for risk and failure.
A DHS task force presents 11 recommendations to improve the hiring and training of cybersecurity professionals.
Steve Kelman adapts a GSA case study in the wake of the agency's spending scandal.
The Defense Department, beset by flat spending and budget cuts, leads the way in dampening industry group's market outlook.
Taking the lead on cybersecurity is a welcome mission, but comes with some difficulties, one official says.
Defense Secretary Leon Panetta appoints new leaders within the CIO's office.
Defense procurement officials have added a clause to their contracts to get prime contractors to pay their small subcontractors faster, an effort the Obama administration is pushing.
A status check a few months after launch shows that GSA's FedRAMP is gathering momentum. But will it be enough to overcome the security concerns that slow government's move to cloud computing?