By 2020, federal data centers will be slimmer, faster and more efficient. Here's how to start moving toward that future now.
FCW recaps the key retirements and shifts to the private sector.
Steve Kelman looks at research that warns leaders who feel too powerful can hinder good team performance.
Excelling at a particular activity does not necessarily prepare to lead a team, just as playing the violin doesn't prepare you to be an orchestra's conductor.
The intelligence community's research shop wants to move beyond the typical emphasis on "post mortem analysis."
A new study surveyed six agencies' strategies and their reliance on GSA for support in complying with the Digital Government Strategy.
GSA's Myehsha Boone gets at the critical question for those trying to decide what data, practically speaking, is worth sharing.
FCW investigated efforts by the departments of Defense and Veterans Affairs to improve a joint data repository on military and veteran suicides. Something as impersonal and mundane as incomplete datasets could be exacerbating a national tragedy.
Firm agrees to pay $44.5 million over allegations of overcharging agencies for record storage.
FCW's cartoonist gets to the troublesome part about planning for the future.
Despite delays, the program is at a critical point for determining the ultimate impact of cloud technology in the government space.
Steve Kelman considers what the Sony hack means for agencies and critical infrastructure.
10 rules to help you stand out from the management crowd (plus some tips on that other approach).
Report from the agency's recent industry day outlines IT priorities for the next five years.
Platform as a service offers obvious upsides, but agencies are still working through specific needs and uses.