A panel discusses what it will really take to improve the performance of government during the president's second term.
With uncertainty about the presidency settled, attention turns again to the chances of legislation or an executive order to address cyber threats.
Four years ago, Terry Millholland implemented systematic process improvement systems at IRS. The efforts are beginning to show real results.
The Federal Acquisition Regulation is important, but feds shouldn’t forget the management part of ‘contract management,' according to Steve Kelman.
Social media isn't optional, but agencies are still learning how to use it well. Here are some winning strategies.
The Transparency Project helps file FOIA requests and offers transparency tools.
Congress may benefit from executive-branch experience coming with some of the incoming freshmen.
The military's rich history holds countless lessons that can help agencies move toward excellence. Example: More people should get fired.
The re-election of President Barack Obama raises new questions about bipartisanship, agency funding and the tech agenda.
A proliferation of 'chief' titles does not bear much connection to better management, argues John Gilroy.
Recommendations for the president on large-scale projects and performance improvement are set for release and discussion at a public event.
Federal adoption lags behind the private sector, but new research projects a steep growth curve.