Steve Kelman makes the case that using the word "comply" can have unintended consequences.
The Obama administration improved government technology, but the Trump team must push it further forward.
Steve Kelman argues "The Art of the Deal" offers a possible path to more constructive oversight.
A former agency CIO sketches the key challenges for his successors.
Oversight has its place, Steve Kelman writes, but the IG reports focused on 18F almost seem hostile to innovation.
According to a recent survey, gaps between existing skill sets and new requirements could hinder records management outcomes.
The National Industrial Security Policy Operating Manual is a solid start, but agencies and contractors can't approach this as a compliance exercise.
Never mind privacy concerns -- FCW's cartoonist notes the real challenge for DHS.
Steve Kelman checks in on some of his favorite examples of shaking up the government status quo.
How to balance cybersecurity threats and demographic trends in the federal workforce.
SaaS applications are changing the way agencies work - but new security approaches are needed when you no longer have a perimeter to protect.
A recent roundtable discussion found strong consensus that agencies and industry must team up to improve communication, collaboration and trust.
Recognizing the outstanding work done by government for the nation, every single day.
The lack of political and civic freedom is not preventing Chinese firms from producing game-changing IT, Steve Kelman writes. Is it time to rethink our assumptions about innovation?
Five ways the Trump administration can build a more effective and secure digital government.
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Steve Kelman reports that Coding it Forward is turning temporary college-break postings into longer-term public service commitments.
Steve Kelman shares what he learned on a recent 10-day visit.
New technologies are changing government's approach to data and cloud -- or they should be.
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