When it comes to telework, technology has improved the way we do so many tasks.
A renewed debate about patch management has highlighted a flaw in federal officials' views on information security.
In targeting the General Services Administration's Federal Technology Service, the authors of the Senate Defense Authorization bill have gotten their priorities backward.
When I came to work for the government about a decade ago, the Air Force was experiencing a big problem with a large information technology hardware contract called Desktop II.
By adopting a governmentwide smart card, civilian agencies could learn from DOD's approach.
It is an interesting concept -- a printing agency where documents are never printed.
We all have an important stake in the Electronic Records Archive program.
In a little squib announcing the nomination of David Safavian as new administrator of the Office of Federal Procurement Policy, the Washington Post headlined that the new head of the Bush administration's competitive sourcing initiative had been named.
Few provisions of the schedule contracts create as much confusion and heartburn as the price reductions clause.
At this year's Executive Leadership Conference last month, the air was filled with the spirit of government/industry collaboration.
OPM's USAJobs relaunch can teach us a lot about how to do it right