Determining the value of cybersecurity and risk management can be difficult. When not all the variables can be controlled, experts say more than simple math is required.
Big businesses know how to save money when negotiating contracts. A new report suggests that the government could emulate some commercial practices to good effect.
Some agencies are finding that tightening budgets are leading to smarter IT choices and inspirations.
At FOSE, VanRoekel touts examples and potential of open government efforts to date, while warning against letting commercial demands for federal data overwhelm the government's resources.
Under an executive order, civilian agencies must produce data in open, machine-readable form to promote public access and commercial use.
IAC Chairman Dale Luddeke says fiscal pressures dictate that agencies get more from their acquisitions by shifting their focus from price to excellence.
In the manner of Confucius, agencies should admit what they don't know and consider having technology experts review acquisitions.
Agency explores a move to firm-fixed-price with the next iteration of its Simulation and Software Technology contract.
With up to $5 billion restored through some maneuvering, agencies are seeking ways to avert the doomsday scenarios many had feared.
After hackers faked a tweet appearing to be from the Associated Press, agencies wasted no time taking steps to keep it from happening to them.
Sequestration has redefined 'normal,' but agency leaders are beginning to recognize new kinds of opportunities in it.
Does it make sense to establish third-party brokers to purchase services that agencies could buy directly? Diana Gowen says no.