It's time to revive the statutory encouragement for this innovative approach to services contracting, Steve Kelman writes.
The acquisition community is percolating with ideas for reducing costs, writes GSA's Mary Davie.
Former OMB official Mark Forman asks how much creative destruction agencies are willing to embrace.
One of the first things that struck me when I arrived here and began meeting people in the technology shops that FCW covers was the number of women in positions of prominence and power.
Any plans to insource must include efforts to rebuild the acquisition workforce, writes Peter Tuttle.
Some of the best ideas for improving government might come from within government, writes IBM's John Kamensky.
Government is always trying to play catch-up with technology. And Apps.gov's foray into cloud computing is no different.
A review of academic research finds tying compensation to metrics can pay off, writes columnist Steve Kelman.
Intensified oversight undermines support for procurement staff, writes columnist Bill Gormley.
The idea that the operations of government should be driven by the same motive as private enterprise is fallacious on the face of it, but that’s not to say that government agencies should not run more efficiently.