Research shows that groundbreaking ideas are more likely to come from people working on the fringe, writes FCW columnist Steve Kelman.
Technology is too important a topic for lawmakers to plead ignorance.
The increasingly complicated issues facing agencies are not a good fit for short-term appointees, writes Cisco's Alan Balutis.
In a recent study, columnist Steve Kelman found that the best performance comes from a mix of hard and soft management styles.
The Defense Authorization bill makes it even more important for federal acquisition officials to learn how to craft sound cloud procurements.
The budget battles of 2011 made it clear that the federal government needs to align its workforce with its mission.
Think the so-called supercommittee failed? Columnist Alan Balutis says you should think again.
President Obama's Nov. 9 executive order has a clear intent: To limit the number of IT devices.
Steve Kelman proposes that agencies offer extra points to bidders who suggest money-saving ways to change draft solicitations.
VanRoekel's innovation strategy might not be enough to counter the effects of the coming budget cuts. But then again, maybe it will.
When you consider the challenges CIOs face, it's a wonder they last even two years in the job, says columnist Alan Balutis.
Columnist Alan Balutis is surprised that no one seemed alarmed by Kundra's first assertion: That government wastes billions on IT.