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Steve Kelman looks back on 20 years of attempted procurement reform.
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Steve Kelman argues that DevOps deliverables are easier to evaluate, especially when the evaluators lack technical expertise of their own.
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Steve Kelman points to some very straightforward examples of measuring the effectiveness of an intervention.
The problem with President Trump's management agenda is not its particulars -- it's that we've been talking about the same changes for decades.
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David Eaves argues that any modern IT system should be designed from the outset to talk to other systems.
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By focusing on legacy attack vectors, DHS’ cybersecurity program fails to address rapidly evolving new threats.
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Government leaders should examine how the private sector addresses massive vulnerabilities and inherent instability through collaboration.
Now it's time for federal contractors to follow suit.
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