Examples of big data in government abound, and that's just the beginning.
The public's opinion on Edward Snowden may be split, but security-cleared defense professionals are more united.
David Wennergren, finishing 32 years of government service in his last role as the Defense Department's assistant deputy chief management officer, spoke with FCW about lessons he learned while driving major projects.
The Defense Department's outgoing assistant deputy chief management officer spoke with FCW about the many different types of agency CIO.
Federal IT shops are still struggling to implement broad mobility, security and cloud services and solutions – and that's all after overcoming the multiple challenges of acquiring those kinds of technologies.
As he wrapped up 32 years of government service, the Defense Department's assistant deputy chief management officer spoke with FCW about leadership and the importance of understanding people.
Stock-car racing and space exploration may seem to have little in common, but they hold a common key to cybersecurity success.
From Vine videos to rapid-response blogging, feds are using social media to advance their agencies' missions.
Several leadership slots at OMB and other agencies remain open as the administration moves forward with a plan to overhaul management policies.
Strategic sourcing, ease and other factors make GSA's programs an ideal procurement mechanism for many situations, top official argues.
In a sharply divided Congress, the Senate's management guru gains ground in his nonpartisan approach to the government's fiscal and performance challenges.
David Bray, an information specialist in the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, has been named CIO of the Federal Communications Commission.