To secure the talent they need, agencies must either find a way boost pay or fundamentally change the government-contractor relationship.
Signature-based security and outdated data strategies are just two of the challenges that need serious government-wide attention.
The recently announced changes to one of the government’s most important security programs are a good start, but additional fixes are needed.
Excess IT spending represents a major cost cutting opportunity for the federal government. To make this happen, government IT leaders must adopt a new model that aligns and shares resources across department lines.
Informal experts can be an agency's best resource for critical data calls -- but only if the relationship is properly managed.
Agencies can put more money on mission by analyzing accounts payable data. The former leader of the U.K.'s Government Procurement Service explains what it takes.
Limiting the impact of open source policy to a time- and scope-constrained pilot forgoes a unique and long-needed opportunity to modernize government, argues a leading open source advocate.
Alan Balutis argues that the next administration must be bold in modernizing the management agenda.
Continuous integration/continuous delivery and deployment and DevOps promise to automate and strengthen development methodologies.
When there’s no money to replace aging systems, cloud-based unified communications can offer agencies a critical bridge.
Agencies can streamline data center operations without compromising the security and adaptability of government systems.
LaVerne H. Council, the top tech official at the Department of Veterans Affairs, explains how the Office of Information and Technology is modernizing culture, processes and capabilities to create a a world-class, customer-focused and veteran-centered service organization.