Retired Lt. Gen. Mike Flynn is the latest in a growing list of former Pentagon officials to join the consulting firm.
The communications solutions would include chat, video messaging, secure screen sharing and ways for users to send attachments.
A new survey of federal cloud efforts finds a number of pitfalls, both real and perceived, as agencies migrate to a cloud services provider.
Steve Kelman suggests that Harvard's performance culture could offer lessons for federal agencies.
Over-the-air provisioning remains a challenge for classified mobile devices.
News in Brief
News and notes from around the federal IT community.
A new report surveys the many different approaches to launching a dedicated innovation shop in government.
An SBA plan would reclassify IT firms with annual sales of more than $27.5 million, making them ineligible for small business preferences.
An open cloud -- supporting open source, open standards and interoperability -- can drive innovation and boost citizen participation in government.
Former NSA Director Keith Alexander drops collaboration with CTO Patrick Dowd after conflict-of-interest questions arise.
Federal 100 Awards
Nominations for 2015 are being accepted now through Dec. 23.
FOIA officers could save money and time by releasing certain types of frequently requested material in a machine readable format, like the disclosure of payment information under the Data Act.