Elections are increasingly driven by systems that combine the power of social media and big data to connect with citizens. Those same principles can help agency IT as well.
The obstacles are many, but the Open Standard's Matt Rosenberg argues that database innovations could help build public awareness of IGs' vital work.
A key contributor to Clinger-Cohen argues that federal IT has failed to take advantage of the tools that law provided.
An open cloud -- supporting open source, open standards and interoperability -- can drive innovation and boost citizen participation in government.
A decade after the 9/11 Commission identified agencies' reluctance to share information as a dangerous shortcoming, the government is moving in the right direction.
Alan Balutis argues we should let CIOs perform as the Clinger-Cohen Act intended before reinventing the role yet again.
We need to end the 'conspiracy of hope' and embrace agile development as the best way to avoid fiascos on the scale of HealthCare.gov, writes Asynchrony's David Elfanbaum.
Trust management enforces granular privacy, security and organizational policies for gathering and protecting personally identifiable information.
Cisco's Alan Balutis shares his thoughts on what will happen in the coming year.
Why advocates of data localization are missing the real security risks.
The technology itself is transformative, but Michael Garland argues that the term creates problems and confusion.
CIOs might initially feel out of place in the world of e-discovery, but their information expertise is essential to the process, writes Recommind's Phil Favro.