Steve Kelman stresses the importance of keeping an open mind.
With the necessary reforms to modernize federal IT now clearer, it's critical to call out that the government has far too long relied on antiquated technologies that cannot thwart today's stealthy and persistent adversaries.
Investments in technology that supports multiple agencies would expand the TMF impact considerably.
Congress placed a big bet in the American Rescue Plan on the ability of the General Services Administration to reimagine federal IT services and security.
FedRAMP's standards go a long way toward the security goals the White House just set -- but smaller firms must be able to afford the authorization process.
Steve Kelman checks in with another non-traditional IT contractor, and explores what attracted them to the market.
Steven Kelman discusses known-but-neglected risks on Washington Technology's Project 38 podcast.
A well-funded shared service could relieve an authorization bottleneck and bring essential cloud services to the government market.
Steve Kelman stresses the benefits of creating space for questions and push-back.
As recent attacks have demonstrated, supply chain risks extend to the software and update process as well.
Effective systemwide security requires mobile threat detection and privacy measures to be active on as many devices as possible.
Steve Kelman recommends a new book -- and broader life lessons -- from Adam Grant.
Emerging and established technologies hold great potential for addressing our nation's evolving challenges; the trick is in helping government agencies integrate them into their operations.
Federal managers should look for ways to create the virtual water cooler environment.
Steve Kelman checks in with procurement innovator and past Fed 100 winner Mark Junda on his latest chapter.