Wasn't last year's budget deal supposed to make appropriations easy?
Addressing nontechnical challenges could help overcome slow-moving government policies and a compliance-focused culture, writes FireEye's Travis Rosiek.
As law enforcement and intelligence agencies struggle to balance security against civil liberties, it's important to distinguish caricature from reality.
European countries should take a cue from the U.S. and move from being reactive to proactive when it comes to cybersecurity policies, writes Titania's Edwin Bentley.
Government IT can support more than just an agency mission -- physical and cybersecurity alike are critical to economic vitality.
A closer partnership between records management and IT leaders will make digitization seamless and foster a more open government.
Precious little time is left for legislative action, but Alan Balutis explains why FITARA and other reform efforts still have a chance.
Editor-in-Chief Troy K. Schneider says agencies could learn from the private sector's approach to succession planning.
An expert in government management and transformation argues more is required of Congress and agencies alike.
It's time to throw cyberattackers into solitary before they strike, writes Bromium's Simon Crosby.
For all the advancements we've seen in consumer technology and enterprise applications in the past couple of decades, government networks have remained largely unchanged.
Integrating a comprehensive business architecture into an IT program's technical architecture can reduce risk and save time and money.