Despite efforts to foster dialogue, the relationship between government and industry seems to be on a downward spiral, writes consultant Jaime Gracia.
To make cloud computing work, leaders must address cultural and process biases, write Sterling Phillips, CEO of GTSI and a member of TechAmerica's cloud commission.
It's time for DHS to tap into social media's proven ability to provide valuable information in a crisis, writes consultant W. David Stephenson.
A new book makes research into workplace collaboration accessible and useful.
IT leaders should err on the side of caution when sharing project goals with users.
Recent proposals to reduce the federal workforce are ambiguous and oversimplified, writes William R. Dougan, president of the National Federation of Federal Employees.
Enterprise knowledge management, not enterprise e-mail, is the true value proposition of Army Knowledge Online, writes Gary Winkler, formerly the Army's program executive officer for enterprise information systems.
Fully realizing the benefits of telework will require a significant departure from current practice, writes Cisco's Alan Balutis.
Helping frontline managers get their jobs done is one of the most important activities for a leader, writes John M. Kamensky, a senior fellow at the IBM Center for the Business of Government.
Until we change our frame of reference, we won't improve the quality of the services we provide, writes Candi Harrison, who teaches courses at Web Manager University.
The federal government should tap into the wisdom of feds to identify activities that are ripe for termination, writes Steve Kelman.
Cost-reimbursement and fixed-priced contracts are just two ends of the contracting spectrum, writes Ray Bjorklund, senior vice president and chief knowledge officer at Deltek FedSources.