Less than halfway into 2009, the word of the year is more than hype.
A new book could help change the way agencies think.
Imagine your world without Google?
President Obama’s new chief performance officer must deal with government management.
Being agile and innovative will require moving beyond blame.
It has become a truism that the federal government is awash with waste, fraud and abuse. Over the years, that widely held belief has spurred the creation of an entire oversight industry. This includes the inspectors general, the so-called good-government groups, lawmakers on Capitol Hill and, of course, the news media.
An opportunity has emerged to change the government status quo.
Having more ship program names than hulls in the water will not produce a better Navy.
Not long ago, network-centric warfare (NCW) theologians stated that the information advantage generated by information technology could provide a new competitive warfighting advantage on tomorrow’s battlefield. For the first time in the history of warfare, geographically dispersed forces would be completely networked and thus much more effective. Other terms soon followed to operationalize the theory, such as information/knowledge superiority and information dominance. These terms were operationally refreshing, philosophically mesmerizing and intellectually seductive.