The data breach at the Federal Aviation Administration, recently lauded for its cybersecurity practices, shows that how agencies respond to incidents is as important as their work to prevent them.
Government needs both old and new modes of communication to truly tap the wisdom of the crowd.
The economic downturn gives agencies a tool for negotiating contract discounts – if they use it.
The Bush administration did a commendable job of creating and expanding e-government programs. Now it falls to President Barack Obama to carry the effort forward.
Telework improves efficiency and reduces costs, but how can a manager know which employees are working hard and which are hardly working?
The next National Archivist could fix decades of problems in digital management.
Managers who understand the Net Generation can transform government.
Social-media tools can unite government and citizen.
Good management has a role in making employees feel engaged and important, and evokes better performance.
Hardware, networks and processes once defined excellence in agency IT efforts. Now it’s you.
From Obama appointees to FEMA, find out what his predictions are for the government in 2009.
Several factors play into a decision about whether to retire or keep on working — and now the economy is one of them.