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Can mobility escape the security snare?

Federal mobility efforts are advancing fast, but discussions keep coming back to unresolved security issues. ATF's Rick Holgate suggests that agencies are making progress.

Analysis: Some long-term contracts put government at a disadvantage

Officials often dramatically extend or modify short-term, fixed-price contracts, risking cost overruns, delivery delays and diminished product quality even for simple products and services, scholars conclude.

Mark Drapeau

Keeping work and life balanced in a BYOD world

In an age when employees are expected to always be available, maintaining a work/life boundary is tough -- but managers can make it happen.

Zients claims $4B savings through technology, management improvement

As agencies attempt to follow an executive order urging cost reductions, OMB chief says they've hit early successes with a variety of management and technology changes.

DISA strategic plan focuses on enterprise, cybersecurity and efficiencies

The latest document is part of a new, multi-layered planning methodology for DISA.

Technology concerns infuse Democratic platform

The Democratic party's platform stresses technology, as both challenge and solution.

DOD seeks guidance to navigate constant change

Facing budget pressures and a world of shifting priorities, DOD is open to help from contractors as it analyzes and tracks strategies.

New Deputy CIO sees enterprise architecture as SBA's path to modernization

Chase Garwood steps into the Small Business Administration's ongoing efforts to upgrade legacy systems.