Steve Kelman notes two important messages about agencies' ability to amplify their impact.
FCW is accepting nominations for the 2014 Rising Star awards, and we need your help identifying the IT professionals in government and industry who are poised to take charge.
Steve Kelman notes two examples where social media and big data are hinting at big wins for relatively little hassle.
Steve Kelman reflects on what the development deal says about procurement and politics.
Alan Balutis warns that IT cost savings rarely work out as planned.
Steve Kelman reports on some public servants who are unlikely to make the papers.
Of course metrics can reflect factors outside your control. But that, Steve Kelman argues, is "why God invented multiple regression."
The Internet of Things really could change everything -- and agencies need to start preparing now.
Steve Kelman suggests that fast-improving analytics can raise some interesting questions.
Steve Kelman argues that allegations about secret wait lists at the VA are a sign of performance management's power, not its problems.
Getting stakeholders to agree on desired outcomes and ways to achieve them is crucial to ensuring the success of IT programs.
Alastair Mitchell argues it is a good time to revisit the goals and guidelines of the Federal Cloud Computing Strategy.
Steve Kelman applauds a new program at GWU -- and offers some suggestions for improving it.
FCW's cartoonist muses on the federal efforts that probably aren't award-worthy.
Screening IT projects at the start could be a boon -- but it's got to be done right.
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