When it comes to managing a winning IT team, trust, training and executive-level support are essential.
Federal IT leaders can more effectively promote innovation at their agencies by promoting an organizational climate that is open to risk and change.
Federal CIO Tony Scott said he would declare victory for FITARA if it helped agencies determine their most important IT assets.
Leadership changes don’t have to be painful. Here are some tips for easing the transitions.
By designing security training tailored to employees’ behavior, agencies can quickly reduce risk -- and save time and money
When it comes to cybersecurity, the SAFETY Act deserves a second look, but companies should also consider commercial coverage.
The White House could use a push to pick up the pace on shared services and lock in the benefits for future administrations.
Handling difficult people at all levels starts with taking a more positive approach to the challenge.
Although the government has made progress on cybersecurity, we need to make better use of the tools we have.
The OPM breach is getting all the attention, but recent attacks on State Department and White House systems should have agencies equally concerned.
In today’s complex cybersecurity environment, these three elements form the foundation of agencies’ ability to defend networks and data.
Karen Evans explains why a global accessibility standard is in everyone's interest -- and why agency CIOs should help push for it.