Taming mobile data 5 steps and 3 tools to stop sensitive information from walking out the door
Diamonds in the data Federal agencies increasingly use data mining to extract valuable info buried in large databases
Making EVM matter Earned value management has been around for decades but is now becoming an essential part of how agencies manage projects. Why should you care?
Migrating to IPv6 With deadlines looming, agencies need to get serious about upgrading their data networks to the next-generation IP
FEMA pledges better disaster relief fund payouts
Poor use of IT frequently led to payment of fraudulent claims in 2005
DOE security upgrades could better protect data
New Google portal delves into gov sites
Editorial: Maintaining control After years of being just talk, data mining is in vogue.
Welles: Whistle-blowers are wary
Rand identifies workforce-planning risks
Limited data could slow management efforts to match DOD workforce to supply and demand
CXOs focus on collaboration as key to better management
Supercomputing takes NASA to infinity and beyond
From science to space exploration, the world’s fourth-fastest computer is an agency asset
Roadblocks hamper emergency response system coordination
Fed contractors want thorough overhaul of clearance processing
Poll details many faults in ‘wholesale systemic failure’
SPACs gain ground in federal M&A action
PART earns partial credit from critics
Both sides agree that the program rating tool, despite flaws, has few competitors
Health IT lawmakers study privacy
Key House leader pushes for FAA telecom project funding
Financial Line of Business questioned
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