The long-standing deadlock on government spectrum and cybersecurity policies could use input from some serious deal-makers.
The department's multiyear consolidation lays the foundation of its future as a data-driven department.
The call for shared services -- not mobile or social media technologies -- may be the most disruptive part of the administration's new digital government strategy.
When the government cloud meets the burgeoning consumer cloud, service to the citizen should look more like Siri to the citizen.
The plan to auction broadcast spectrum for wireless Internet use benefits just about everyone, but broadcasters might not want to give up their licenses.
Government agencies would do well to invest in the new breed of data scientists, trained to bring a statistical, technological and business mindset to the use of big data.
The demand for agencies to lower their operating costs is driving the government's acceleration toward mobile; user convenience is second.
Government's increasing use of analytics software could help pull the nation out the current economic stall and make government programs smaller, smarter and cheaper.
The push toward mobile technologies and teleworking won't eliminate office printing, but it could help reduce it at last.
Jobs' ability to craft tools for intensely personal computing helped spark direct citizen-to-government computing.
Without new analytic modeling technologies, cities might be in the dark about the best ways to solve some of their more complex financial problems.
A digital state of war might not happen with a bang but could be what we're seeing right now: stealthy, targeted attacks that try to stay under the radar — and never, ever stop.
Creating a tag cloud from the GCN Awards' winning nominations reveals the one thing that, no matter the project, is on everyone's mind.
Agencies serious about connecting with the public have to go where the people are. Increasingly, that means mobile apps.
Shared systems and analytics tools can help agencies cut out the waste.