An experience with online forms drives one of government's most ardent advocates to complain.
Prime contractors on the government's Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation program need the ability to respond with agility to changing threats.
Steve Kelman shares some innovations that can be applied by contracting officers across government.
For government to take full advantage of the cloud, the Trusted Internet Connection program should be reimagined entirely.
Hundreds of top agency positions remain unfilled in the Trump administration, but maybe some should stay that way.
Steve Kelman checks in with the Coding it Forward fellowship program.
Steve Kelman sits down with his colleague David Eaves to discuss, among other things, the differences between "digital" and "IT."
Increasingly IT managers are recognizing that it's time to stop borrowing against the future when it comes to overly complex and outdated applications.
Why innovation should be a key driver when it comes to cloud migration.
Steve Kelman writes that the nascent Digital Services Coalition could change industry collaboration -- if its members can preserve the culture of trust.
A recent dinner with civil servants from Asia delivered some interesting insights, Steve Kelman writes.
A multilayered approach is needed to protect new mission-focused endpoints from botnets, spyware, insider threats and DDoS attacks.
A veteran of DOD's Hack the Pentagon program argues that every agency should be working with white hat hackers.
Steve Kelman notes that the whole point of meetings is to have substantive discussions. He shares some suggestions for making sure that happens.
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 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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