Making federal cloud computing a reality could be as simple as letting government workers do their own IT, writes Brand Niemann.
Efforts to ignore racial differences in the workplace can make it harder for people to work together, writes Steve Kelman.
The government needs to get smart about handling the coming flood of real-time, sensor-based data, writes consultant Marc Demarest.
Contractors are critical to our nation's history of successfully competing through innovation, writes SRA International President Stanton Sloane.
A clear decision-making process is the key to achieving agency goals in these lean economic times, writes Decision Lens' Kevin Connor.
Consultant Frank A. McDonough offers three examples of electronic archives that outshine NARA's troubled effort to preserve government records.
The president's call for a sweeping reorganization of the government creates a rare opportunity for real progress.
By the time you document a best practice, the problem, event, process or solution will have changed, writes consultant Dennis McDonald, who offers a readily available alternative.
Steve Kelman proposes an experiment to test ideas for improving service contracts.
Government and industry need to take a new approach to procurement before bid protests spiral out of control, writes Jaime Gracia.
Give OMB credit for trying to strengthen the CIO's role, but more dramatic steps are needed, writes Alan Balutis.
Managed services offer one way to avoid the network problems that can plague teleworkers, writes Tony Bardo, assistant vice president for government solutions at Hughes.