Different departments with different goals can hamstring federal IT projects – especially when it comes to the lawyers. The fix lies in communication, early and often.
An IG report asserts that it should not "have taken 7 years … to develop minimization procedures" to protect the privacy of data.
News and notes from around the federal IT community.
A recent survey shows a marked gap between Baby Boomers and their younger counterparts when it comes to protecting workplace data.
The Pentagon needs a modern, agile acquisition process that can get technology into the field faster — and industry should take the lead.
Think you can succeed by zeroing in on a single problem? Sorry, but life is not that simple.
As feds increasingly turn to cloud-based tools, IT leaders have an opportunity to reduce risks without hindering innovation.
NASA announced several multimillion dollar initiatives reaching out to industry and academia. The goal: investing in the future of space technology.
The hoped-for July release of the GSA contracting vehicle's RFP will likely slide into late summer.
Public vs. private pay, management training and probationary period lengths were at the center of a discussion on how the federal workforce has gone wrong and how the problems might get fixed.
Agencies and industry face mounting challenges as young, telecommuting employees feel less engaged with their work. How can leaders keep talent from disconnecting or leaving altogether?
While the safety record of the FAA-operated air traffic control system leads the world, stakeholders are concerned about the slow pace of technological upgrades.