From using data intelligently to adjusting to a younger workforce to training with a purpose, experts analyze the near-future of government.
The outgoing NOAA CIO says that of the many innovations he has led at the agency, a recently unveiled big data plan is the "most out of the box" -- and he is sorry he won't be around to see it through as he heads to the Justice Department.
The Texas Republican tasked with overhauling DOD acquisition talked with FCW about his concerns and priorities.
Jim Gwinn says he enjoys the feel of operating in what is essentially a high-tech startup inside government.
California Republican Rep. Duncan Hunter takes issue with Lt. Gen. Mary Legere’s handling of the Army's Distributed Common Ground System.
Casey Coleman’s move to the private sector scuttled the American Council for Technology’s succession plans.
With a doctorate in neuroscience and a talent for finding funding, Ivy Estabrooke personifies the Office of Naval Research's straddling of science and military operations.
The general manager's departure comes as the First Responder Network Authority is in the process of developing a business plan and expanding its staff.
OMB director gets the nod to replace Sebelius, who is resigning from HHS
Braulio Castillo gained notoriety last year when Congress questioned the validity of his firm's service-disabled veteran-owned small business status. Now he stands accused of killing his estranged wife and co-owner, Michelle.
The Senate Appropriations chairwoman -- whose state is home to more than 100,000 federal employees -- could be agencies' best hope for a return to regular order.
Lineberger is credited with bringing an almost Silicon Valley-like environment to Deloitte's innovation center.