Steve Kelman shares the former defense secretary's take on minimizing the risks and maximizing the benefits of emerging tech.
The Census Bureau is expecting a maximum of 120,000 concurrent respondents to its internet self-response page during the 2020 population count, but it's preparing for much higher loads.
The department's Silicon Valley Innovation Program is notifying participants that solicitations could be cancelled due to lack of funding.
Technologies that eliminate tedious tasks give government workers more time to think, but insights require connections with citizens.
Steve Kelman shares another example of agencies embracing experimentation.
Chris Lynch steps down and Brett Goldstein steps up.
To truly take advantage, government must retool both its data and its infrastructure.
In three short years, Steve Kelman notes, the Coding it Forward fellowship program has become part of the fabric of federal IT.
The advocacy group Public Citizen claims that the Education Department networks are blocking its website.
Lawmakers introduced a bill designed to make it more difficult for social media companies to use psychology and deceptive interfaces on their user base.
Right now responsibility for IT acquisition and cybersecurity policy sprawls over multiple federal departments, with no single accountable leader at the top. Is that a good idea?
The Department of Health and Human Services is teaming up with the US Digital Service to hire for IT roles to advance health care modernization.
A U.S. Digital Services team report recommended scrapping a tool needed for the June 6 implementation of a law that pays for veterans' healthcare outside the VA system.
Steve Kelman offers an unexpected example of government committing to continuous improvement.
Tech supporting the 2020 census has performed well in testing, officials said at a Census Day event, but will it scale?
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A study about everyday honesty may have implications for managers who want to set standards for good behavior in their organizations.
A chief data officer can drive strategy and execution, but a vision where every employee is empowered by data requires leaders at all levels helping to create an environment where the right business and mission processes and business analytic tools become the center piece of decisions.
While agencies have largely passed previous deadlines, this could be the most difficult mandate to date.
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