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A veteran of DOD's Hack the Pentagon program argues that every agency should be working with white hat hackers.
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Vendors expend valuable resources on market research efforts for agencies, without knowing whether there's a business opportunity in the offing.
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Steve Kelman reports on an encounter with exceptional service, and considers what agencies need to deliver such an experience.
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Steve Kelman seeks to reclaim the original meaning of the now-disparaging catchphrase.
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As the deadline for submissions draws near, here's how to avoid undercutting your nominee.
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Steve Kelman shares a compelling argument that agencies should skip the buzzwords and simply embrace the principles of better software development.
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