"Transforming American Governance: Rebooting the Public Square" describes the challenges and changes that are shaping a new kind of governance.
Cybersecurity is too important an issue to become a victim of partisan bickering.
Better communication and transparency in the procurement process could head off a lot of protests.
Research shows that groundbreaking ideas are more likely to come from people working on the fringe, writes FCW columnist Steve Kelman.
Technology is too important a topic for lawmakers to plead ignorance.
Reusing proven SOA-based biometric solutions can reduce costs and delivery time, write two Unisys executives.
The increasingly complicated issues facing agencies are not a good fit for short-term appointees, writes Cisco's Alan Balutis.
In a recent study, columnist Steve Kelman found that the best performance comes from a mix of hard and soft management styles.
The Defense Authorization bill makes it even more important for federal acquisition officials to learn how to craft sound cloud procurements.
OPM’s online jobs system is proving to be more expensive and less efficient than private-sector offerings, writes Adam Davidson, a former Oracle executive.
Agencies should develop service-level agreements that address more than system uptime.
The budget battles of 2011 made it clear that the federal government needs to align its workforce with its mission.