Federal IT community leaders recently attended a White House briefing about how agencies are improving the processes by which they buy and use technology to achieve their mission goals. The meeting was facilitated the Office of Management and Budget (OMB)
It’s not always good news when OMB releases guidance to agencies late on a Friday afternoon. But in this case, it was certainly welcome news! On schedule, OMB issued a memo to agencies providing FAQs and a template on how to comply with President Obama’s
Bob Stone, the head of Vice President Gore’s reinventing government initiative, focused his attention on what was going on at the front line. He said helping them understand and get their jobs done was the most important activity of a leader.
What if the President and Congress made spending decisions based on what they wanted to achieve rather than on individual agencies and programs? That’s the premise of portfolio budgeting. Has its time arrived or is it still . . .
The Administration has released The National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace, a plan that identifies actions that government and the private sector can take to help anyone who uses email and websites in getting things done – including Federa