Agencies can achieve a much bigger bang for their precious bucks by investing in better management of existing security assets.
Top-level agency leaders are often unaware of the risks their agencies face -- and content to remain that way, argues NARA's CISO.
Coming into an agency as the new sheriff in town is hard enough. Don’t make it worse by importing your inner circle.
IAC Chairman Dale Luddeke says fiscal pressures dictate that agencies get more from their acquisitions by shifting their focus from price to excellence.
In the manner of Confucius, agencies should admit what they don't know and consider having technology experts review acquisitions.
FITARA takes a good step toward giving CIOs more authority, but the legislation needs to go further.
Sequestration has redefined 'normal,' but agency leaders are beginning to recognize new kinds of opportunities in it.
Does it make sense to establish third-party brokers to purchase services that agencies could buy directly? Diana Gowen says no.
Federal agencies handle data that must be protected, and they are the targets of a determined subset of attackers, factors that make mobile devices and their data a particular challenge.
If the usual curve holds, big data is about to lose a lot of its luster, but Kieran Taylor explains that its advocates need not worry.
If you think winning an award is gratifying, try nominating an unsung hero and see how good it feels when he or she wins.
For health IT and other agency programs, finding ways to turn the catch-phrase into actual action is key.