Author Rod Pyle discusses what other agencies can learn from the culture and systems that have driven NASA's accomplishments.
The space agency showcases some of its innovations, big and small.
The CIA director also said that although digital footprints aid in tracking down terrorists, they increase the vulnerability of agents in the field.
The breakdown of the VA's cloud email deal last year highlights the question of how to maintain oversight of cloud-based computer systems.
A political battle between congressional Republicans and the White House may hinge on out-of-date computer systems.
The military's planned move to a unified electronic health record means big management and organizational changes.
Maria Roat, Kevin Dulany and others discuss what's next for FedRAMP.
It is possible to balance data security and user flexibility -- if agencies follow these key guidelines.
As more and more federal employees use their own mobile devices at work, agencies must focus on securing the data, not the device.
As agencies log successes in enterprisewide initiatives, the familiar challenges of security and trust remain.
Agencies that want to step onto the mobile stage should formulate a comprehensive game plan, as opposed to a "let's just build it" mentality.
Rather than creating custom apps from scratch, agencies should take advantage of the opportunity to build on one another's valuable data and code.