OPM Releases Strategic IT Plan
Office of Personnel Management director Katherine Archuleta lays out a new IT strategy to improve federal recruiting and retirement systems.
Digital Civic Engagement: US Lags
A 10-nation study finds Singapore, Norway, and the United Arab Emirates do a better job of providing citizens with online and mobile services.
FCC: We're Not Done With Net Neutrality
Federal Communications Commission chairman Tom Wheeler challenges last month's court ruling, moves forward with plans to create a new version of rules promoting an open Internet.
Big Data Analytics Helps Protect Communities
Police forces are using predictive analytics to better equip officers and improve public safety -- but must rethink traditional organizational structures and practices to maximize ROI.
Federal CIOs' Current Security Dilemma
Three initiatives meant to improve government IT security are languishing from funding challenges, yet CIOs are asked to deliver on the promise of shared services.
How Government Can Make Open Data Work
The Obama administration has set the right goals with its Open Data Policy, but agencies need to do more to liberate their data. Here are six suggestions.
New IT Job Site Assists Veterans
Monster, the Consumer Electronics Association, and other technology entities have launched USTechVets.org to match veterans with civilian tech jobs.
6 Cool Apps From Uncle Sam
The US government now offers more than 100 handy apps for mobile devices. Check out new apps users rate highly.
Federal Agencies Lack E-Discovery Savvy
Just 38% of federal legal pros think their agencies could show their electronically stored information is accurate, accessible, complete, and trustworthy, according to Deloitte survey.
Red Hat On A Roll
Red Hat is still open-source's $1 billion baby, and then some. Billings take off, suggesting the Linux company is heading for a strong conclusion to fiscal 2014.