The Department of Defense’s effort to transform its service-centric IT systems into an integrated enterprise network may struggle to take form until underlying challenges are addressed.
Putting data in the hands of federal employees can help agencies translate government-wide mandates into meaningful savings and efficiency gains. // Flickr user Pedro Szekely
Federal IT spending has stagnated in recent years, but agencies are spending more and more on maintaining legacy systems. Maybe it's time to look beyond the traditional ownership model.
As agencies look to improve their digital services, how can they best apply recommendations from the White House's new U.S. Digital Services Playbook?
The Defense Department faces a pivotal period in its development of the Joint Information Environment and enterprise mobility. How do DoD leaders perceive these initiatives and what are the key challenges holding them back?
As agencies look to support and manage an unprecedented number of telework employees, what cultural and technological challenges do they face in ensuring communication?
As the federal government looks to recruit, develop, and modernize its workforce, new trends are emerging.
A vulnerability discovered in one of the Internet's foundational programs shocks the open source community and poses dire risks for federal IT systems.
The end of an era of war in Iraq and Afghanistan suggests a larger role for the State Department in foreign policy formulation, but is it prepared to step up?
Some GBC findings suggest that Daniel’s non-technical credentials could actually be an asset in dealing with the current cyber threat landscape.
To stop the tens of thousands of cyber attacks against them each year, federal agencies are turning to continuous monitoring, which uses big data analytics to detect potential threats.