In an age when employees are expected to always be available, maintaining a work/life boundary is tough -- but managers can make it happen.
The latest document is part of a new, multi-layered planning methodology for DISA.
Releasing documents under Freedom of Information Act requests is part of an agency's mission, but some agencies are not making the most of tools that could help do it faster.
Armed with lessons from other government agencies and strategies from OMB, the NRC is trying on tablets for size -- with some reservations.
As the 2012 presidential race heads into the home stretch, one of the contenders has taken a lead in the smart use of technology -- but both have room to improve.
Joint explosives organization faces an uncertain post-Afghanistan future, but its CIO hopes that the culture it created will survive and continue to serve the government.
Purchase agreements went to 17 companies, four of which are small businesses.
Fiscal pressures are forcing the military branches to collaborate and share, potentially leading to smarter, better IT projects, leaders say.
Party document accuses current administration of "costly and heavy-handed regulatory approach."
In lieu of legislation, the president could boost cybersecurity himself, and at least one lawmaker thinks he should.
The Interior Department seeks ways to protect information and networks when employees carry agency mobile devices to foreign lands.
The DOD and VA are focused on finding the right technology to serve troops over a lifetime -- even with bumps along the way -- and those closest to the effort say the stumbles are leading to progress.