FCW's Troy Schneider asks: In 2014, can something change everything?
Steve Kelman see opportunity in the United States' outdated systems.
Steve Kelman laments the lack of action north of the border.
Will 2014 see feds start to actively engage in the social network?
GitHub’s government evangelist, a former Presidential Innovation Fellow, says collaboration, not cost, could be the big win of 2014.
The congressional watchdog's director of IT management issues previews the upcoming oversight agenda.
The General Services Administration's social media program manager has a short list of signals to watch.
Steve Kelman muses on everything from IT acquisition to subway tokens.
Splunk's vice president of public sector business sees a surge in "non-traditional" big data users.
The Accenture Federal Services executive and former Commerce chief financial officer says the old budget buckets will no longer apply.
The president of the Coalition for Government Procurement warns that GSA's planned changes could drive vendors away.
IBM's vice president of open standards is keeping an eye on ecosystems.
Two executives from the IBM Center for the Business of Government identify seven significant changes to watch for in the coming months.
IT will be a hot legislative topic this year, says Alan Balutis.
"Revolutionary Road" by Richard Yates contains a number of colloquial phrases that have all but disappeared from the language.
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