Fifteen individuals who are off to a great start in federal IT.
FCW's cartoonist considers agency telework policies.
New website shows how agencies can find creative ways to serve multiple missions.
The government has been wasting money in IT for the past decade, so blaming the current budget situation for a refusal to innovate is misplaced.
Legislation before Congress could provide vital support for agencies that are struggling to save money while serving the public.
Alan Balutis is senior director and distinguished fellow at Cisco Systems' Internet Business Solutions Group.
From cybersecurity to Edward Snowden, Steve Kelman finds interesting patterns in visiting students' knowledge of the United States.
John Klossner illustrates a way to move toward biometrics without a major resource commitment.
Federal leaders need to balance their spending on operations and new projects to support strategic IT priorities and budget plans
Steve Kelman proposes adopting a wordless rating system from Singapore.
A diversity of opinions on how effective federal training is calls for performance measurement, Steve Kelman writes.
The Open Data Policy promises to make government information more freely available, which means agencies must incorporate security into their strategies.
Did you even know there was an evidence agenda? Steve Kelman argues that its obscurity doesn't undercut the importance of the associated memo.
FCW's cartoonist offers an idea on key talent for companies.
Evidence-based decision-making in the private sector shows how government could use it effectively in public policy and management, writes Steve Kelman.
Meet 100 women and men who are doing great things in federal IT.
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