Kimberly Allred, a program analyst at the State Department, oversaw development of key knowledge management platforms.
Meeting Leon Panetta's aggressive timeline is a daunting challenge, but DOD officials say the effort is advancing.
The DOD attributes a drop in Afghanistan casualties to better intelligence, but some military commanders want to choose their own systems to reduce losses further.
IT shops across government are turning to standard technologies in pretested combinations to save time and money while still meeting expanding user demands.
Hopes are high that DOD's cloud-based architecture will make a real difference for deployed soldiers, but some challenges still remain to be solved.
A CIO who came to government from the private sector turns to agile development to solve some thorny IT problems at DHS.
Cloud services can help agencies manage the security and logistical concerns that arise when employees bring their own tech devices to work, writes Jim Lucier.
An expected spending agreement would keep the government functioning, add some funding for high-priority programs.
Technology aids the workforce, but the government's IT security personnel need investments in training and development opportunities to truly thrive.
Informing potential victims of a data breach as early as possible seems like a sensible policy, but it's not that easy.
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