Steve Kelman's recent talk with feds reinforced his view that a $10,000 micropurchase limit opens up vast new acquisition possibilities.
Steve Kelman shares what he learned on a recent 10-day visit.
New technologies are changing government's approach to data and cloud -- or they should be.
As a well-engineered blueprint, NIST's privacy framework will provide voluntary guidelines for managing privacy risk, furthering protections and delivering practical tools that still allow for continued U.S. innovation.
Dan Chenok digs into government's history of IT-driven transformation.
Government leaders should examine how the private sector addresses massive vulnerabilities and inherent instability through collaboration.
Steve Kelman reports on what prompted Kelly O'Connor to take an rather unusual career turn.
Now it's time for federal contractors to follow suit.
When it comes to discussion of government contracts, Steve Kelman contends that "the L word" comes up far too often.
By automating mundane administrative tasks, AI creates work experiences that unleash productivity, bringing out the best in human workers.
CIOs should consider infrastructure improvements to make sure agencies get the most out of IT modernization.
IT security and HR shops must align their policies and activities to tackle the threat of data exfiltration.
Students drawn to digital government are bringing desperately needed skills (and enthusiasm) to agencies that are willing to engage, Steve Kelman writes.
Identify customers, listen to their needs and map their journeys to identify pain points and areas for improvement and reinvention.
Modern use of BPR can create cost savings by focusing on problem definition and clarity of roles and responsibilities vs. people's individual performance -- not by targeting budget or staff cuts.
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Steve Kelman talks with the Navy's Justin Fanelli about lessons learned over a decade of federal agile projects.
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If agencies find themselves continually in fire-fighting mode with their security, they likely need a better security architecture -- not just another product.
CIOs can use hard data to help add value to the modernization discussion.
A government-backed school for cyber modeled on West Point or the Naval Academy could provide military and civilian agencies sorely needed operators.
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