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Chris Koeneman, senior vice president of sales at MOBI, describes how agencies can balance security and accessibility for mobile devices and data.
Presuming you won't be fired, you may nevertheless have trepidation about whomever will come into your agency as leadership after inauguration.
Former DHS CHCO Jeff Neal has some suggestions regarding OPM and what, specifically, the next president should do with it.
Lindy Kyzer, senior editor for ClearanceJobs.com, helps you get to the bottom of challenges you and others may have with regards to security clearances.
Russell Smith, the president of Organizational Communications Inc., encourages other vendors to speak out against the Obama administration’s category management effort.
WMATA, like every transit authority, has always been something of a multi-headed octopus with murky accountability.
Chris Townsend, vice president of federal for Blue Coat Systems, explains why Phase 3 of the continuous diagnostics and mitigation (CDM) program run by the Homeland Security Department is a winner for agencies.
Former DHS CHCO Jeff Neal says agencies handle overpayments in different ways, but the basic processes are similar.
Neil Hartley, U.S. head of operations for Morphis, offers best practices for agencies when deciding how best to update old technology applications and systems.
The change of administrations always offers an opportunity for the federal government to do a bit of a reset. What does not reset is the federal workforce that carries out presidential programs.
These episodes occur regularly, but it's always hard to watch.
Adelle Rydman, director of federal business for Zenoss, makes the case for agencies to do more to make sure their networks are running as efficiently and effectively as possible.
Lots of people will wake up with a political hangover the morning of Nov. 9. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says government employees will be among them
If 800-160 establishes, or re-establishes anything, it's that security is an engineering discipline.