User stories and continuous delivery are vital but count for little if fundamental needs are not being met.
Armed with data on their spending patterns, suppliers and markets, agencies can manage their demand for IT and shape suppliers' behavior.
An open data bill in the House would require all congressional documents to be published in machine-readable format.
New guidance issued by two White House offices outlines best practices for agency leaders to open more data, engage with citizens digitally and solicit public feedback.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology has rolled out a new forensics database that gives law enforcement detailed, three-dimensional profiles of a vast sea of bullet ballistic data to help crack cases.
The department's components are working hard to provide better data, but they need users to buoy the work through the tumultuous coming years.
In many cases, federal CDOs find themselves focused less on technology and more on playing adviser to leaders within their agencies.
An agency chartered to warehouse technical information wants another chance as a data hub for the Information Age.
The tax agency is making tax-exempt filings available in machine-readable format.
The airspace agency is hiring for its newly created data management leadership role.
A White House effort is looking to eradicate biases from crime data, to make it more useful in machine-learning applications.
Never mind big data -- John H. Johnson and Mike Gluck warn that the little data can create real confusion all by itself.
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