EA: Seeking a holistic approach to IT Proponents see in enterprise architecture a discipline for bringing balance and harmony to IT expenditures
Enough of ‘ready, fire, aim’ Colorado legislators get involved in trying to prevent IT projects that misfire and waste millions
Software smarts Bob Brown’s efforts to move the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office to SOA will mean better software for less money, but getting there will take some savvy salesmanship
Stumbling out of the gate COMMITS NexGen, the anticipated sequel to a successful small-biz GWAC, is off to a slow start
DHS loses another key official
Hastings’ departure renews concerns about morale, working conditions at the department
GSA shops for wireless services under strategic sourcing initiative
Lawmakers: Waste not on your IT projects, and we can help
Editorial: A poor remembrance We were more than disappointed to hear that the Office of Force Transformation is going to close.
Sprehe: Saving vs. managing e-mail
Kriens: Staying operational during a pandemic
Grkavac: No need to turn back time
Tom Pyke: Learn the value of hard work
A 30-year career in information technology has taught DOE’s CIO valuable lessons
5 lessons from Katrina
Ideas for managing a multigenerational workforce
Astronauts to board virtual reality video game
New toolset will simulate driving on the moon and help NASA answer practical questions for future lunar missions
HP adds workgroup muscle to its scanner line
Cybercrime takes on a new guise
Crossflo wins through focused anticipation
Niche company adds info-sharing expertise to security-minded procurements
CSC unveils Border and Immigration Solutions center
IBM expands its managed security services
‘Ransom’ demand pays for free maps
USGS policies made biker think creatively about getting maps
OMB looks to grade agencies on bundling
Networx to emphasize fair opportunity
DHS rule might get industry to open up
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