A new survey reveals levels of employee satisfaction and a breakdown of what feds find rewarding.
GSA's program to pre-certify cloud providers has awarded only one certification so far. It won't remain alone for long, experts predict.
Bid protests may be a necessary way for companies to stand up for their interests, but they also can be a tactic to game the system, according to some analysts.
In the new year, DISA will have a key role in finding and implementing shared IT services across DOD.
Despite past reports highlighting various deficiencies, many recommendations have not been implented yet, IG tells Congressional panel.
First Fridays, a GSA-run usability testing program, helps federal agencies improve their online presence.
Observers wonder whether Obama's reservations about protections for employees who expose wrongdoing will have a dampening effect.
In his second term, the president should continue improving the management of government resources, including IT, by adhering to three basic principles, writes Julie Anderson.
Hillary Clinton's expected successor lacks her public commitment to "21st-Century Statecraft," but experts predict he would advance the initiative.
President fears that measures to protect employees who expose government wrongdoing could undermine his authority to manage executive branch officials.
A bill that the House passed would freeze pay for federal employees and members of Congress, but the 112th Congress ended without Senate action.
Studies show that most government leaders are unsurprised when IT projects are delivered late, over budget or scrapped before being implemented. But there is a way to dramatically improve the chances for success. Bob Woods and Marybeth Fraser offer some key steps to make it happen.