Steve Kelman finds inspiration in the role Twitter played during India's recent floods.
The technology itself is transformative, but Michael Garland argues that the term creates problems and confusion.
Why advocates of data localization are missing the real security risks.
Steve Kelman notes that Asia may be emerging as a center for government service delivery innovation.
CIOs might initially feel out of place in the world of e-discovery, but their information expertise is essential to the process, writes Recommind's Phil Favro.
Steve Kelman shows how tests and metrics can be used to really improve, rather than simply reward and punish.
Real estate is a massive (and complicated) part of agency operations. Leading-edge analytics help make the most of existing footprints.
Steve Kelman takes issue with western firms' acquiescence to Chinese "prohibitions."
Here is what it takes, both officially and informally, to make the partnership between an agency and a contractor succeed.
Congress may mandate more data center efficiency, but CIOs shouldn't wait.
What agencies must do to build the next generation of tech talent.
Mike Hettinger argues that we need acquisition officials who understand not only the letter of the FAR, but also the spirit of its intent.
You can't believe everything you read, but Steve Kelman argues that good government and a culture of credibility are deeply intertwined.
Deciding when to rebuild is a complex process, but it boils down to a key question: Does the service in question enable or hinder the agency's mission?
Never mind the deadline. Agencies have compelling security reasons to switch to IPv6, writes NCP Engineering's Julian Weinberger.
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