Employees might demand e-mail and Web access on their own devices, but agencies should think carefully when considering broader BYOD policies.
In an era of big data, does a new position for an agency leader dedicated to data management make sense?
The emerging concept of big data has been largely unregulated to date, giving rise to concerns about privacy and potential legislation.
Auditors have found that Army officials are neglecting a requirement to seek discounts and price reductions in contracts.
The decade-old effort to make the government more transparent, accessible and efficient with IT has been effective, but there's a long way yet to go, writes Tom Simmons.
Possible policy change at diplomacy agency would blunt one of the key strengths of social media, critics say.
'Ethical hacking' training for young people has some risks, but Steve Kelman thinks that bringing the enthusiasm of the young to bear is an idea with many applications in government.
Conducting a mobile pilot project is easy. But even so, almost all of them never make it out of the test phase.
Agencies have the opportunity to enhance productivity and innovation but only if they learn to manage collaborative efforts effectively
John Klossner has an idea for solving the management concerns of BYOD.
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