A decade after the 9/11 Commission identified agencies' reluctance to share information as a dangerous shortcoming, the government is moving in the right direction.
Steve Kelman takes a break from acquisition and IT to report on his latest travels.
Steve Kelman applauds the IDEA Lab experiments -- and explains what it will take to make real changes stick.
Cartoonist John Klossner on the telltale indicators that not everything is running through the CIO.
Alan Balutis argues we should let CIOs perform as the Clinger-Cohen Act intended before reinventing the role yet again.
Recent research supports what economists have long argued: Sustained collaboration adds real value, but you have to work at it!
Clear and measurable goals can turn information-sharing into real performance gains.
We need to end the 'conspiracy of hope' and embrace agile development as the best way to avoid fiascos on the scale of HealthCare.gov, writes Asynchrony's David Elfanbaum.
The database giant was effectively launched via agency contracts. That's not a bad thing, Steve Kelman notes, but it begs the question of when government should go beyond basic research and standard procurement.
Trust management enforces granular privacy, security and organizational policies for gathering and protecting personally identifiable information.
Cisco's Alan Balutis shares his thoughts on what will happen in the coming year.
Steve Kelman finds inspiration in the role Twitter played during India's recent floods.
The technology itself is transformative, but Michael Garland argues that the term creates problems and confusion.
Why advocates of data localization are missing the real security risks.
Steve Kelman notes that Asia may be emerging as a center for government service delivery innovation.
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