The advice in a 15-year-old Government Accountability Office report is remarkably relevant to the CIO's role in the FITARA era.
Great work has been done on the General Services Administration's Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions contract, but the hard work has barely begun.
Steve Kelman checks in with a CIO who champions "continuous delivery" about what it means for government software development.
Steve Kelman believes a 2014 note from Donald Trump points to the potential for an outbreak of civility on the part of the Republican frontrunner.
Steve Kelman spotlights new research that shows why seeking colleagues' help makes everyone involved look better.
Steve Kelman notes that just the threat of low marks may be incentive enough.
To realize the benefits of shared services, IT leaders must develop a migration strategy that informs participants of their responsibilities and determines the steps involved.
The keys to the law's success are identifying and mitigating the risks to its implementation, especially in light of the upcoming presidential transition.
Steve Kelman looks at what happens when long-time civil servants transition from government to industry.
By considering the link between the two programs, agencies can unite the dual demands of improving security and embracing the cloud.
Steve Kelman gets Deidre Lee's take on the challenges agencies face.
Steve Kelman details a recent experiment "whose results should be of interest to every federal manager."
NITAAC's program director argues that GWACs offer IT management benefits that extend well beyond price.
A former CTO for the Veterans Affairs Department argues for the embrace of electronic health records.
For metric-based management, Steve Kelman argues, it's important that the measures not be specified from on high.