Agencies need to emphasize the connection between analytics and outcomes.
Despite a promising recent executive order, the U.S. has not created strategy to promote the development of AI in an effort to reap its benefits.
Artificial intelligence could help federal employees better focus on their agencies’ core missions, but leadership will must step up to manage that change.
Steve Kelman shares some helpful advice for separating the buzzwords from actual best practices.
Data from the Federal IT Dashboard and FISMA reports suggests that high-level agency vacancies slow modernization spending and are linked with a higher incidence of security breaches.
Cyber reskilling programs may make sense for human resources, but not as a strategy for defending critical networks.
The Section 809 report offers an opportunity to reflect on the future of federal agency tech leaders, but reports on the impending demise of CIOs at DOD may be exaggerated.
Steve Kelman believes an impressive revolution is brewing in Air Force IT development management.
To truly benefit from shared services and the cloud, agencies should be building a repository of "microservice" business routines.
While a divided Congress might appear to be a recipe for inactivity, there are bipartisan agency priorities that could get attention in the near term worth focusing on.
Federal program managers are awash in data, but lack information. Experts and innovators in the acquisition community can help bridge the gap.
Implementing modern procurement technology and best practices is an investment, not an expense, which will deliver returns over time.
Disruptive technologies, customer experience, security are coming to the fore in the federal IT landscape.
Steve Kelman suggests that the source-selection changes, while not without risk, should be put to the test.
Steve Kelman notes (happily) that federal workers are being viewed as real people, rather than part of the problem.
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Steve Kelman argues that we all should be much more willing to ask for help.
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A Commission on Privacy and Data should be created to develop legislation, taking the EU's General Data Protection Regulation and the California Consumer Privacy Act as a starting point to extend protections to individuals regarding data and privacy.
This will be the year when IT governance practices drive a new wave of mission benefits, rather than just better control over IT infrastructure spending.
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