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Steve Kelman reports on the results of a project-based Kennedy School course on public-sector innovation.
The pressure for DOD contractors to bring their systems into compliance is especially strong, but these best practices can help any organization working with federal data.
The General Data Protection Regulation's effects already are being felt far beyond the European Union.
It’s time to confront, not ignore, the changing expectations for CIOs.
Steve Kelman digs into the actual mechanics of a U.S. Digital Service team's partnership with a particular agency.
The Modernizing Government Technology Act can help bridge the budget gaps, but agencies need other funding sources to fully address decades of “technical debt.”
Public-private partnerships are a powerful tool for tackling large, multiyear modernization challenges.
If the Defense Department truly embraces agile, Steve Kelman argues, it would be a critical and much-needed tipping point for government innovation.
Clearing up some common misunderstandings about email authentication.
While the United States dominates many areas of IT, Steve Kelman notes that the hotspots for certain sectors are clearly clustered elsewhere.
Infosec and privacy concerns are going unaddressed in the internet of things ecosystem, and some government agency has to take the lead.
When two critical components of an enterprise don’t talk to each other, the enterprise can collapse.
Three ways federal IT program managers can proactively adapt to change.
Here's how federal IT teams can better prioritize cyber threats, shift their approach to spending and improve cyber defense.
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Steve Kelman sees signs that new firms are becoming the new normal.
Meeting the expectations of end users and agency leaders means ensuring applications perform at the same levels or better once they are operating in the cloud.
Steve Kelman notes encouraging signs that an essential function is being taken more seriously.
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