IBM's vice president of open standards is keeping an eye on ecosystems.
Two executives from the IBM Center for the Business of Government identify seven significant changes to watch for in the coming months.
IT will be a hot legislative topic this year, says Alan Balutis.
"Revolutionary Road" by Richard Yates contains a number of colloquial phrases that have all but disappeared from the language.
John Klossner's take on managers' outreach to agency employees.
The president should be more directly involved in key management challenges that have the potential to become public disasters.
Alan Balutis argues that program management, not procurement, was the real problem -- and he has suggestions for how to fix it.
The year ahead is fraught with technological and business challenges, but Anthony Robbins has three tips to help CIOs start off on the right foot.
Open-source service-oriented architecture can unlock the door to modernizing the government's legacy capabilities.
IT managers can improve retention and productivity by focusing on these four drivers of employee engagement.
John Klossner sketches what it takes for acquisition officers to get to a win.
Steve Kelman contends that the recent GAO report shows the practice has truly arrived
How advancements in big data can help federal agencies avoid duplication, redundancies and other budgetary challenges.
Steve Kelman assesses U.S. standing in Asia -- and finds we still have a great deal to lose.
Delaying efforts to update or replace old IT systems has serious implications for agencies’ ability to achieve their missions.
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