Two longtime federal IT leaders explore the balancing act required to maximize IGs' effectiveness.
A key vehicle for hardware purchases has been slowed by protests and is now at an important crossroads.
Steve Kelman spotlights another example of an upstart firm that should be encouraged to work with government.
Steve Kelman suggests that short engagements priced under the micropurchase threshold could be just the sort of disruptive innovation agencies need.
A former agency CIO suggests that the key pieces are finally falling into place.
Steve Kelman shares a personal exchange that argues against the lazy bureaucrats stereotype.
Steve Kelman gives kudos to DHS' Soraya Correa for facing the FLASH cancellation head-on.
By using insight-driven thinking and tools, the collaboration between VA and DOD could result in a revolutionary person-centric service model.
CIO authorities are important, but communication and governance cannot be overlooked when it comes to achieving FITARA’s objectives.
What government can learn from a utility company's embrace of machine learning.
The Department of Defense does face challenges in building its cyber force, but there are proven ways to fill the talent pipeline.
Steve Kelman reports that better data is producing a mini-revolution in scholarship about public-sector management.
One govtech innovator argues that the fixes could create more problems than they resolve.
A seasoned CISO explains why focusing too much on zero-days can distract from older vulnerabilities.
Steve Kelman looks back on 20 years of attempted procurement reform.
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Steve Kelman reports that changes to the micropurchase threshold have opened the door to buying services by government credit card -- and predicts that the impact could be huge.
Attention and criticism have focused on the proposed org-chart changes, Alan Balutis notes, but the real opportunities lie elsewhere.
The potential benefits of Other Transaction Authority are being threatened by legacy IT incumbents looking out for their bottom line.
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