As agencies simultaneously move to cloud solutions and secure their IT assets, they may consider how these two goals can be more effectively achieved in tandem.
As the 2016 budget begins to loom, agencies have the opportunity to adopt information collection technologies to make better decisions for their finances and their mission. // flickr user Chuck Hagel
Revelations of phishing attacks that breached Nuclear Regulatory Commission computers showcase the federal government's biggest cybersecurity vulnerability - its own employees.
Privacy is acutely important in the discussion on big health data, but another challenge is prior even to confidentiality concerns.
So your agency has already migrated email and some back office functions to the cloud. Great. But is it ready for the hard stuff?
The new U.S. Digital Service faces some daunting challenges to improving government digital strategy efforts.
Your agency is literally (maybe not literally) drowning in data and it's only going to get worse without serious consideration for its information management strategy.
Are federal agencies being realistic about the promise and perils of the Internet of Things?
Not only can the government not play moneyball due to a scarcity of data, but those who try may be misinformed by the data that does exist.
Forget the Uncle Sam posters and Smokey the Bear TV spots: today’s federal agencies have long shifted citizen and customer engagement efforts to online social media.
The military doesn't have time for contract fees, red tape, or bid protests. Learn how DoD can get IT services to war fighters faster, smarter.