Technology itself is seldom the problem. Resistance to change sometimes is.
Reminding government that IT enables and improves the delivery of services.
Hard and soft skills are required for public-sector IT leadership.
Organizations need practical application of fundamental project management principles.
Abandoning tried-and-true procurement practices in the name of efficiency can cause more harm than good.
Even public CIOs aren't immune to downsizing and layoffs.
When a vendor calls, do you talk or run for cover?
Public CIOs struggle to make government agency collaboration a reality.
Virginia CIO Lem Stewart's firing seems to be punishment for spotlighting problems with the state's contract with Northrop Grumman.
Cloud computing offers resources for software computing power, infrastructure and storage.
CIOs have adjustments to make as more employees work remotely.
IT departments must conserve resources and time during recession.
CIOs juggle tactical operations and strategy.
Aligning agency plans and needs.
Lack of unifying purpose haunts IT transformation in government.
Effective governance reduces turf battles and promotes cooperation.
The four myths of being a female in a male-dominated profession.