Alan Balutis outlines his reasons for optimism when it comes to federal IT.
Winning approaches by federal leaders suggest that mobile success begins not with a device, but with a proper business plan.
The Small Business Administration’s 8(a) program fails to prepare potential vendors for the competitive environment of federal contracting, says a new study.
HealthCare.gov has everyone focused on technology and acquisition, but Bob Woods argues that the real emphasis should be on knowing one's stakeholders.
The effort involves a half-dozen federal agencies and is intended to smooth the GI Bill process for veterans and dependents.
ASI Government's Lisa Akers argues that the real potential is in training and developing critical thinking.
Three national-security related departments accounted for 77 percent of the total government-wide increase in compensation from 2004 to 2012.
Data security and downtime are two of the major worries for IT decision makers.
With multiple federal entities working on emergency response communications, GAO says DHS should take the lead.
The Navy Yard shooting in D.C. and the Fort Hood attack in Texas have increased the focus on workplace security at government installations.
Many of the proposed solutions rely on the use of IT – automation, continuous evaluation and shared data banks between agencies.
CTO Wolf Tombe's four years of early-adopter experience provides a host of hard-learned lessons.