Conducting a mobile pilot project is easy. But even so, almost all of them never make it out of the test phase.
Agencies have the opportunity to enhance productivity and innovation but only if they learn to manage collaborative efforts effectively
The chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee has put countless agency leaders in the hot seat, but his efforts on IT reform reflect a solutions-oriented, bipartisan approach.
Virtualization may be the key to federal agencies realizing major savings through the Federal Data Center Consolidation Initiative, but it's hard to tell whether agencies are moving forward with it.
The six-month mark for the president's digital strategy has come and gone, but agency officials are waiting until the new year to call attention to it.
The Federal Trade Commission is neglecting the privacy concerns connected to data collection and usage policies, especially in cloud-based systems, argues Paul Rosenzweig.
A new approach to data calls for new thinking on the employees who can best manage the task, experts say.
IRS officials told a House panel that the fight against tax fraud is hampered by rules on data sharing and budget constraints.
A look back at some of the major cybersecurity events in the federal government in 2012.
Training and technologies are part of the road ahead for military cyber defense, Basla says.
The latest guide to politically-appointed federal jobs, published after each presidential election, is out.
The 2012 Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey finds commitment strong, but morale declining.