Steve Kelman hits a nerve regarding the civic tech crowd, and asks if the criticism is warranted.
The process federal agencies go through to prove a system is secure may actually be making us less secure. This is a problem that we must fix today, not tomorrow.
Steve Kelman discusses his pursuit of a more constructive social network.
DevSecOps has the power to set a new standard for the way the DOD -- and the rest of the federal government -- executes work.
Steve Kelman shares some survey data on how career executives see innovation in their agencies.
Crisis situations like this one can induce the fog-of-war and lead to tradeoffs during remediation. While we may not know the full extent of the damage for some time, as is always the case in an event like this, we need to stop the bleeding. We must not afford the adversary an easy path to more information.
Steve Kelman contends that free speech -- above and beyond the letter of the First Amendment -- should be supported to the fullest extent possible.