Facing an innovation deficit
Proponents of U.S. competitiveness beat the drum for more spending on IT research
Efficient e-forms ready for e-gov
A look at products from three vendors that can help agencies move key processes online
HHS to offer private physicians ‘free’ software
Open-source software could cost doctors $500 a month
Senators ask if DOD’s CIO needs budget power
Spotlight on DHS financial management
Remembering Peter Weiss
Editorial: People power
Gray: Market your advantages
Barnes: The advantages of youth
Marsh: Empowering HR officers
Simon: No easy answers
Thompson: Through the looking glass
Mad as hell, Doug Roberts blogs about his employer, Los Alamos lab
FIPS 201 requires new scrutiny of contractors
Software on the trail of deadly weapons
State Department gives away tools to detect harmful exports and imports
Achieving clean audits
ERP implementation difficulties crippled GTSI’s daily operations
Navy gets a software deal
Preserving maps for the future
USGS faces a challenge in protecting cartographic data
Army portal updates on hold
Secure Flight increases privacy protections
Purchase cards facing tougher controls
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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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