Why agile software development techniques are disrupting federal IT for the better
Best practices to help the government overcome obstacles to sharing and achieve information superiority.
FCW's cartoonist has a thought on what it takes to succeed.
The latest attempt at IT reform echoes the IT Management Reform Act, better known as Clinger-Cohen...so watch OMB’s reaction carefully.
Increased compliance with past-performance goals might seem like a positive report, but Steve Kelman sees a problem.
NSA’s new guard against insider threats is a good start but not nearly enough.
Government is often the unsung hero of events such as the crash of Asiana Flight 214.
A GAO report provides some insights into commercial services acquisition that the government can use, Steve Kelman reports.
Software can't solve these fatal flaws, but understanding and preparing for the risks can.
Cartoonist John Klossner reveals a big obstacle to machine-to-machine communications.
Research shows that teams often discount members who challenge the prevailing opinion even when those challenges point to a better course of action.
FCW's resident cartoonist deconstructs digital plans.
In a mobile world, device-level encryption and digital rights management are essential to securing sensitive data.
When the performance of new IT leaders flags, the whole organization suffers. Here are some tips for successful transitions.
Cloud brokers can ease agencies' transition to the cloud and ensure that they reap the advantages of a dynamic marketplace.
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