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Converged infrastructure: Is less really more?

IT shops across government are turning to standard technologies in pretested combinations to save time and money while still meeting expanding user demands.

GSA's SAM continues to frustrate its users

One system frustrates an entire community of federal agencies and government contractors.

Counting federal employees is no simple task

The federal workforce is on the hot seat as policymakers try to cut costs, but the simple question of how big the workforce is yields no definitive answer.

Could DOD’s ambitious joint information environment lead to iPhone-wielding warriors?

Hopes are high that DOD's cloud-based architecture will make a real difference for deployed soldiers, but some challenges still remain to be solved.

GSA may lower some contract surcharges for agencies

With a surplus on hand in the GSA Schedules program, the time may be ripe for restructuring the fees, according to GSA's leader.

Tangherlini to centralize GSA's IT, people management

GSA's CIO could gain considerable new influence under restructuring plan, acting administrator tells Senate panel.

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Research just proves the obvious? Not so fast.

Academic research is full of surprises, Steve Kelman maintains, even though many people believe it only shows what's already obvious.

Will feds get a pay raise?

President Barack Obama suggested a pay raise for federal employees, but it's conditional on lawmakers working together.

Who's Fed 100-worthy?

Nominations are now open for the 2015 Federal 100 awards. Get the details and submit your picks!