The chance of failure on high-stakes modernization projects can be avoided if you have the right people and processes in place.
Federal IT executives have been talking about agile development for years, but the iterative approach is now being incorporated into contracting requirements.
The upcoming nomination process for the 2014 Federal 100 awards is an antidote for pessimism.
Department's IG highlights questions about reverse auctions in the wake of a critical report on VA procurement officer Susan Taylor.
Leidos, Accenture and electronic health records provider Cerner are teaming up to go after the $11 billion Defense Department EHR contract. Here's why they think they can close the deal.
Red Hat's Gunnar Hellekson shares his forecast for the coming year.
The government's use of performance information is down from 2007, despite GAO's attempts to promote its long-term operational benefits.
Alan Balutis argues we should let CIOs perform as the Clinger-Cohen Act intended before reinventing the role yet again.
SBA's innovation office invests in solutions to problems that don't yet exist – like the 2007 seed funding for research into an effective Ebola treatment.
An IG report says the system does not communicate well with those of FEMA partners, making it difficult to track supplies for disaster relief.
News and notes from around the federal IT community.
The first batch of data covers $3.5 billion in payments from firms to health professionals between Aug. 1 and Dec. 31, 2013, but CMS and the AMA warned about drawing any definitive conclusions from it.