Lessons learned from the successful development of the Internet could teach federal leaders how to take on particularly "wicked" problems.
GAO found that DOD has processes for monitoring and reporting on late payments, but it has serious flaws.
The goal of regulatory reform is to reduce the burden on private organizations dealing with the government.
Efforts to streamline the clearance process are beginning to pay off at DOD.
The House Appropriations Committee has commended the IG with a $68 million budget for the coming year.
How can managers get members of a cross-functional to work well together and feel invested in the team effort? The question is not merely academic, writes columnist Steve Kelman.
A pilot program will help defense officials build up their workforce's skills to protect and defend.
When developing a project in smaller bits, agencies create certain challenges that integrated project teams need to think about in the earliest stages.
Meeting with the right congressional staff members who share an agency's goals can make briefings so much smoother, GAO says.
IT leaders should not disregard the value of knowing something about IT, writes columnist Bob Woods.
Incremental approach to IT project management is intended to save money and move IT projects ahead faster.
Sequestration and other hurdles pose challenges for federal IT, but it's not all bad news.