As agency executives look to implement and reinforce cybersecurity as part of their overall IT and programmatic priorities, an important OMB policy and industry implementation framework can provide context and support by enabling sound IT governance.
Federal IT is difficult enough without viewing agencies and industry as zero-sum adversaries, writes FCW's Troy K. Schneider.
Alan Balutis argues that focusing too much on "commodity IT" is an abdication of the CIO's mission.
Here are five things administrators need to know to successfully manage mission-critical databases.
Three groups have competing equities in defense IT acquisition, and learning to balance risk among them is the key to success.
Basic business concepts such as price transparency can drive big savings. We need to apply them more broadly.
Past performance is one of the most important factors in contractor selection, and the government should do more to ensure that such information is accurate and objective.
Other fundamentals matter little if the right team is not in place, but too often key roles go unfilled, writes Richard Spires.
CEB research shows that early problem identification and escalation are crucial to project success, yet the warning signs are all too often overlooked.
When GSA announced its in-house development startup, it got people talking, and not all the chatter was positive.
The fiscal 2015 budget proposal continues the Obama administration's effort to create a more responsive, agile and dynamic government.
Leaders need to understand their responsibilities for achieving sound information security and managing IT-related security risks.