The launch of the USAJobs.gov 3.0 federal job search website brought dozens of user complaints, and a critic says the problems may go much deeper than mere programming bugs.
Columnist Alan Balutis is surprised that no one seemed alarmed by Kundra's first assertion: That government wastes billions on IT.
Many of the drivers behind the adoption of cloud computing could be applied to labor as well, an expert says.
Columnist Steve Kelman says agencies should join the quick-experiment revolution that is spreading through the private sector.
The hunt for more examples of government waste is on once again, with prey both large and small.
This year's judges offer their advice to Rising Stars and Rising Star wannabes.
FCW readers are scandalized by suggestions that they don't put in an honest day's work.
Federal Computer Week honors 25 up-and-coming employees in the public and private sectors who have made an early and substantive mark in the government IT community. The 2011 Rising Star award winners show energy, ability and ambition.
Report suggests that the past can provide little guidance for the present and future.
Author Judith Welles offers ideas for how feds can manage their work environment.
Lawmakers approve measure to keep government operational for a short time.
Newly launched educational effort teaches federal IT community leadership and project management.