Federal IT managers better get ready for a more intense discipline of program oversight.
When it comes to IT, the federal government needs more case studies of successful projects delivered on time and within budget, writes Alan P. Balutis.
The success of a new program or policy almost always comes down to creating a culture of trust and inclusion.
A proposed policy to penalize VA contracting officers might not get the desired results, experts say.
The Obama administration is reporting significant advances in implementing its 25-point IT reform plan released last December, but changes that require congressional consent appear to be lagging.
Inspectors general, auditors and other oversight officials can give recommendations on improvements, but Congress lays down the law.
Struggling with IT programs on a shrinking budget? One agency CIO has set five priorities for succeeding at IT management in a time of fiscal restraint.
Federal acquisition professionals shared tips for improving communications between program managers and contracting officials at the Federal IT Acquisition Summit.
EPA's new CIO, Malcolm Jackson, proposes five steps to making progress on IT during a time of doing "three things with the same dollars that we used to do two things with."
Breakthroughs in biofuels, rare earth alternatives and solar power electronics are just some of the areas DOE will focus on.
The new Assess online platform may eliminate the old "knowledge, skills, abilities" method of sizing up candidates.
The United States could learn from the Canadian government's performance evaluation process for IT hardware, writes Advanced Micro Devices' Rick Indyke.