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.
10 rules to help you stand out from the management crowd (plus some tips on that other approach).
You now have until Monday, Jan.5 to get them in. Happy holidays!
FITARA brings new requirements for agencies' data management -- but also the opportunity for true transformation.
The National Information Exchange Model's usefulness extends far beyond its origins in justice and law enforcement.
By treating a cybersecurity breach like a crime investigation, federal IT leaders can ensure a speedy response and aid in prosecution.
Steve Kelman suggests that we could be at a tipping point when it comes to embracing the benefits of contest-based acquisition.
Steve Kelman finds a bright side, however, in the ability of individual managers to buck the trends.
A recent GAO report on government efforts to link small companies with prime contractors is fraught with risk.
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