Taking measures to protect employees from workplace accidents seems like an obvious need today, but that was not always the case. Less than half a century ago, there was no Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). Workers’ compensation laws were passed state by state during the first half of the twentieth century, but before the 1970 law that created OSHA, workers had little recourse to prevent injuries on the job. More...

Over the last several years, the role of the federal CIO has evolved. They have seen significant gains in their oversight and operational influence in IT delivery for mission support, with a set of expanded tools and authorities that have brought exciting new opportunities. The key authorities that broaden the CIO’s influence are: More...

We all know that “time is money.” That adage still rings true, but in a world of digital transformation, a different currency may be eclipsing time in importance. Today, it can just as easily be said that “data is money.” More...

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