Agencies are all too familiar with budget-driven belt-tightening. Here’s how the private sector is adapting.
Meet the 100 individuals whose leadership and initiative have been truly exceptional.
Alan Balutis outlines his reasons for optimism when it comes to federal IT.
HealthCare.gov has everyone focused on technology and acquisition, but Bob Woods argues that the real emphasis should be on knowing one's stakeholders.
Steve Kelman reports on ideas being discussed by the Board of Advisors for the Veterans Administration Acquisition Academy Board of Advisors.
ASI Government's Lisa Akers argues that the real potential is in training and developing critical thinking.
As Challenge.gov is recognized by the Ford Foundation and Harvard's Kennedy School, Steve Kelman explains why contests are a big deal.
Steve Kelman details what's really on his students' minds.
Richard Spires explains how agencies can plan for an orderly and forward-looking consolidation.
Steve Kelman contends that federal management systems are far more rule-bound than the cases of corruption warrant.
FCW's Troy Schneider asks: In 2014, can something change everything?
Steve Kelman see opportunity in the United States' outdated systems.
Steve Kelman laments the lack of action north of the border.
Will 2014 see feds start to actively engage in the social network?
GitHub’s government evangelist, a former Presidential Innovation Fellow, says collaboration, not cost, could be the big win of 2014.
Meet 100 women and men who are doing great things in federal IT.
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