Two chief technology officers -- one government, one industry -- say their peers are perfectly positioned to help organizations chart a course for the future.
Steve Kelman gets a first-hand reminder of what's good about the current system -- though he would have rather not had the opportunity.
Creating governmentwide Program Management Centers of Excellence could save countless programs that are otherwise doomed to fail -- and do so on the cheap.
A VistA expert offers three keys for turning health data into improved care and lower costs.
Steve Kelman wonders whether a supposed trend toward normal business hours would ease federal workers' burdens -- or actually represent a boost in productivity.
Behavioral analysis could make continuous diagnostics and mitigation more effective than ever.
FITARA has the potential to force real change, Alan Balutis writes -- but not if legislators take their eyes off the ball on implementation.
Here are several actions federal managers can take to create a more gender-diverse -- and successful -- workforce.
When buying IT as a service, organizational charts will change. But jobs aren't necessarily eliminated -- they're enhanced, and that's crucial in national security settings.
By 2020, federal data centers will be slimmer, faster and more efficient. Here's how to start moving toward that future now.
Steve Kelman looks at research that warns leaders who feel too powerful can hinder good team performance.
GSA's Myehsha Boone gets at the critical question for those trying to decide what data, practically speaking, is worth sharing.
FCW's cartoonist gets to the troublesome part about planning for the future.
Despite delays, the program is at a critical point for determining the ultimate impact of cloud technology in the government space.
Steve Kelman considers what the Sony hack means for agencies and critical infrastructure.
Save the date for 28th annual Federal 100 Awards Gala.
March 30, 2017
8251 Greensboro Drive, Suite 510, McLean, VA 22102 | 703-876-5100
© 1996-2017 1105 Media, Inc. All Rights Reserved.