CIOs must find ways to nudge mission partners toward smarter investment decisions.
The growing number of roles with "chief" in the title are complicating governance and security efforts, especially when they bypass the CIO.
Mobile might not be the most serious security risk, but it needs far more attention than it has been getting.
Steve Kelman contends that the real lesson from 18F's recent reverse auction is about citizen engagement, not contracting.
The administration is right to be building bridges with the tech community. But there's talent to be found outside California.
Steven Kelman unpacks the argument that social media can negatively affect organizational performance.
The administration's new governance structure is a solid first step, but legislation is still necessary, writes Shared Services Leadership Coalition CEO John Marshall.
Steve Kelman spotlights research that shows the good management really does make a difference in getting the workforce to speak up.
Steve Kelman applauds the efforts to get contracting officers thinking differently about IT.
How can agencies modernize while maintaining necessary legacy IT systems? Oddly enough, the answer might be behind us, not in front of us.
Steve Kelman notes that one of the most important enablers of innovation is a governmentwide entity to provide coaching and air cover.
The chairman and ranking member of the IT Subcommittee of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee urge colleagues to pass information sharing legislation that preserves privacy, and to push government to abandon obsolete, risky technology.
Steve Kelman applauds the effort to channel commodity IT buys into three major GWACS, but argues that settling on five basic configurations is a step too far.
Users of certain U.S. government services can now rate their customer experience in one easy step, bringing a big smile to Steve Kelman's face.
If Dell pulls the pieces together correctly in its $67 billion acquisition of EMC, the combined company will be a very formidable cloud services provider in the federal market, says Washington Technology's Nick Wakeman.