Leaders need to understand their responsibilities for achieving sound information security and managing IT-related security risks.
Steve Kelman reports that Chinese firms are advancing beyond knockoffs to produce real innovations.
Leaders throughout the organization need to join forces to more systematically and proactively address security threats
A punishment-only approach is bad psychology and bad management, even if it may be good politics.
Steve Kelman contends the best part of the president's budget may be its efforts to measure and reward programs that work.
If cloud providers are also brokers, can an agency be sure its interests are put first?
Steve Kelman looks at the latest example of tradeoffs inherent in internet innovation.
Rather than spend time and money adhering to the government's rigid procurement requirements, innovative new companies should have the ability to graduate into compliance.
Steve Kelman muses on why the Swedish singers dressed so badly -- and what it means for agency rulemakers.
Steve Kelman discovers that the Kiwis' public sector does not even have terms for "turkey farm" or "retired in place."
FCW cartoonist John Klossner's take on HealthCare.gov and the talk of procurement reform.
Brokers are becoming an integral part of helping the public sector realize the full benefits of cloud technology.
Agencies often overlook the importance of having a strategic management plan for one of their most valuable resources: The IT workforce.
A reminder for vendors and feds alike of what is required by June 2014.
Well-designed IaaS deployments can allow failures to happen without the customer and their users noticing.
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