Richard Spires, CIO at the Homeland Security Department and vice chairman of the CIO Council, talks about what he's doing to encourage the sharing of best practices governmentwide.
The Obama administration is sharpening the blade for duplicative federal websites.
Agencies often have to develop new ways of increasing production or maintaining systems without having the appropriate technical data rights.
The Office of Management and Budget sent its government reorganization plan with a focus on helping U.S. entrepreneurs to President Barack Obama on June 9.
CIOs offer updates on IT reform progress, challenges and priorities as milestone nears.
Agencies are being asked to implement the new IT program manager title as soon as possible.
A $11.2 billion contract did not have the required documents, such as records on pre-negotiations and price negotiation memos, which are essential for accountability and transparency, report says.
Defense Department official Shay Assad is digging into what defense agencies are paying for products and services to find how to get as much possible from the money they spend.
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.
The Veterans Affairs Department sees an opportunity to develop a better acquisition workforce.
But some observers say GSA isn't doing enough to understand agencies' missions.
Shay Assad, a senior procurement policy official at the Defense Department, is now the director of defense pricing.