Legislation that would restrict conferences is already having a chilling effect on government/industry communications, write FCW's Anne Armstrong.
Government IT reforms centered on hot technologies have done little to significantly improve how agencies are delivering services to taxpayers.
The federal budget crunch could crush small businesses without more agency support, warns columnist Jaime Gracia.
A professor's algorithm sidesteps the hoopla to reveal the winner of the upcoming presidential election, writes columnist Alan Balutis.
Once the dust settles, the hard work will begin to build a stronger, more customer-focused agency.
The concept of cascading goals works well in private business, but government agencies have more difficulty setting meaningful goals, writes consultant Howard Risher.
Agency performance suffers when employees are too fearful to try new ways of doing things, writes Steve Kelman.
A recent book identifies eight guiding principles for fostering collaboration between organizations, writes IBM’s John Kamensky.
Fiscal pressures provide CIOs with an opportunity to prove their value, writes Alan Balutis.
Acquisition officials are missing the point if they don’t make time to collaborate and communicate, writes Peter Tuttle.
When it comes to motivating employees, studies show that the messenger matters as much as the message, writes Steve Kelman.
Investing in mobile technology can help agencies be innovative, save money and improve morale.