Federal Computer Week’s Federal 100 awards program has truly proven itself during its 17-year history.
This is the time for a larger conversation about the agency's role in procurement.
The General Services Administration ought to get some credit for creativity and perhaps a few pointers on what to try next
A representative democracy only works when the actions of individuals and the operations of institutions are transparent
The decision to pull the share-in-savings rule is part of a divisive culture in which agencies cannot try anything new or innovative. That needs to change
People should be able to visit U.S. government Web sites without worrying that Big Brother is tracking their every online move.
Perhaps we aren't the most objective observers, but we believe that CIOs -- or whatever agencies call them -- do matter.
A review of the challenges of 2005 and the challenges of the new year.
The real question is why CIOs look for the first opportunity to jump ship -- that is, why do they stay as long as they do?
The recent appearance of avian flu in Eastern Europe is no cause for panic, but it provides a good impetus for better preparation.