Keeping information on track
The Internal Revenue Service is in the midst of one of the most protracted of all systems renovations as it modernizes its Master File taxpayer account system
An unfinished net for catching terrorists
DOD and ODNI have
made significant progress in sharing intelligence information, but critics worry that the rest of government is being left behind
Rainy-day lessons about resiliency
The Internal Revenue Service revamped its continuity-of-operations plans following a damaging flood that shut down its headquarters building in Washington, D.C., for more than five months
of the Week: Disappearing records
Congress to act on workforce shortage
Rep. Moran eyes DOD spending bill as vehicle for acquisition changes
Federal IT security ratchets up a fraction
NASA invites open-source partners
Editorial: A missed opportunity
GSA Administrator Lurita Doan's recent testimony before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee was a spectacle that amounted to very little.
Sprehe: Missing the point
Welles: Now it’s your turn to blog
Jazzed about IPv6
Education’s Peter Tseronis gets the message
on government’s mandatory transition to IPv6
Novak: Use knowledge management
for succession planning
Software on tap
Software-as-a-service providers are back with new and more popular offerings
A tip of the iceberg?
Sen. Grassley’s inquiry into GSA’s contract with Sun could open up a wider investigation
‘Green’ computers can replace toxic PCs
OMB: FIPS matters
Agencies have not been requiring vendors to meet mandatory FIPS cryptography standard
Defense transformation searches for new identity
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