FCW's columnists, contributors and reporters look at how the incoming Trump administration can tackle management, IT acquisition, cybersecurity and more.
Moving to IP-based networks is the answer -- if the right tools are deployed to ensure security.
Government and industry have an opportunity to democratize high-performance computing by making it more accessible to nontechnical users.
An industry leader argues that it's good to keep the "dinosaurs" on their toes.
No matter who wins the election, there are key opportunities to expand on current efforts to secure and defend federal networks and critical infrastructure.
By thinking like an adversary, federal agencies can find and fix organizational weaknesses before the bad guys can exploit them.
Newly appointed federal CISO Brig. Gen. Gregory Touhill needs the right tools and enforcement authorities to secure and defend government networks.
A cybersecurity expert argues that the U.S. should enlist other countries in its response to Russia’s interference in the 2016 elections.
Steve Kelman argues that the Smithsonian's proposed $300,000 restoration of the shoes Judy Garland wore in "The Wizard of Oz" reflects the same mentality that produces over-engineered government IT projects.
Fiscal 2017 IT budget plans detail how the Agriculture Department aims to be a powerhouse in network and financial services.
The Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program deserves praise, not criticism, and here are four reasons why.
To achieve the true savings of cloud computing, agencies need to get a handle on the cost of managed services.
Finding a balance between studying a problem to death and taking swift action can be tricky, but there are signs that federal managers are trying to address the challenge.
There is more than one way to pay for modernization efforts at federal agencies.
Secure cloud technologies are essential to helping government agencies adapt to a rapidly evolving digital economy
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Students drawn to digital government are bringing desperately needed skills (and enthusiasm) to agencies that are willing to engage, Steve Kelman writes.
CIOs should consider infrastructure improvements to make sure agencies get the most out of IT modernization.
IT security and HR shops must align their policies and activities to tackle the threat of data exfiltration.
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