News and notes from around the federal IT community.
A Commerce Department advisory council hopes to quantify innovation and measure the effectiveness of incubators and federal grants.
Bob Davis argues that the lack of a strong federal procurement workforce is not just a government problem -- and it’s time for industry to get involved in solving it.
The bureau’s cybersecurity job requirements require applicants to complete a stiff physical fitness test, even though most of their time will likely be spent behind a desk.
A new survey explores industry CIOs' frustrations, ambitions and compensation.
Here are several actions federal managers can take to create a more gender-diverse -- and successful -- workforce.
When buying IT as a service, organizational charts will change. But jobs aren't necessarily eliminated -- they're enhanced, and that's crucial in national security settings.
FCW recaps the key retirements and shifts to the private sector.
Excelling at a particular activity does not necessarily prepare to lead a team, just as playing the violin doesn't prepare you to be an orchestra's conductor.
A new study surveyed six agencies' strategies and their reliance on GSA for support in complying with the Digital Government Strategy.
Firm agrees to pay $44.5 million over allegations of overcharging agencies for record storage.
FCW investigated efforts by the departments of Defense and Veterans Affairs to improve a joint data repository on military and veteran suicides. Something as impersonal and mundane as incomplete datasets could be exacerbating a national tragedy.