Tyler Morris, director of product management for Iron Mountain Government Services, makes the case that better information security is attainable by establishing an information governance strategy.
Federal Drive host Tom Temin talks about how agencies will need to exploit the deep Web and its subset dark Web to keep up with unsavory elements following a data breach at OPM.
Gunnar Hellekson, chief strategist for Red Hat’s U.S. public sector, writes that uniting developers and integrators will help agencies find success in the cloud.
This column was originally published on Jeff Neal’s blog, ChiefHRO.com, and was republished here with permission from the author. The short answer is no. Just because someone made off with data on millions of employees,…
Commentary: Giles Kesteloot, director of the Blackstone Technology Group, argues that in a complex multi-contract, multi-customer and multi-vendor cloud ecosystem someone has to oversee execution and manage expectations.
Commentary: Federal Drive host Tom Temin says he sees no other choice than for OPM Director Katherine Archuleta to resign over the agency’s massive data breaches.
Commentary: Embarrassment agency suffered from undetected hacks multiplies with its botched response.
Commentary: Former DHS human capital exec Jeff Neal says we should rethink how HR approaches this responsibility of protecting the personal data of federal workers.
Commentary: Can federal agencies have a second chance? Federal Drive host Tom Temin says serious failures are often rewarded with big budget increases, but reputation is harder to recover.
Commentary: Former DHS human capital exec Jeff Neal asks: Why does government not compete effectively? Can we address the problems? Or is government never going to be able to compete?
Commentary: No metric can really capture the essence of any object or program, or the people’s dedication to it, says Federal Drive host Tom Temin.
Commentary: Strategies, lessons learned won’t be necessary if Congress does what everyone knows is the responsible thing to do.
Commentary: Larry Allen, president of Allen Federal Business Partners, writes that some of the pricing data initiatives are sending a disheartening message to GSA’s contracting workforce. The Multiple Award Schedules are not in business to be the Dollar Store, he writes.
President Obama hasn’t given up on consolidating six business-related agencies into one, and for good reason, says Jeff Neal.