How to reorganize that is the question
No easy fix for DOD security issues
Finger-pointing leads to Army IT portfolio plan
Comings and goings
Editorial: Tales of the Fed 100
Why the system works
This year’s listings show that individuals, not systems, make things happen.
Glenn Beach: Ammunition redux
Kenneth Buetow: A force in the battle against cancer
Robert Roth: Fighting forest fires
Timothy Fong: He doesn’t know ‘quit’
John Okay: Fixing a Networx disconnect
Maureen Jewell: Taming the fed frontier under a big sky
Steve Peck: Passionate player
Dempsey and Louie: On a tightrope
Sheila McCoy: Champion of information assurance
Stan Soloway: Advocate for competition
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March 30, 2017
Seasoned government managers are hopeful about an innovation effort backed by the president, but they see pitfalls and the possibility of duplication.
Early self-reporting suggests that 81 percent of agencies are on track to electronically manage email records.
The head of the Defense Innovation Unit Experimental says his goal is to drive culture change in the DOD's acquisition and innovation processes rather than make DIUx the acquisition arm of the DOD.
A plan to reorganize DHS' cybersecurity directorate that stalled in Congress last year is still on the agency's agenda.
Without confirmed subcabinet officials, President Donald Trump's executive order calling for a federal government reorganization will be managed by agency chiefs and career executives.
As promised, a budget blueprint from the Trump administration prioritizes military and homeland security spending, and pays for increases with dramatic cuts to civilian agencies.
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