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    • As Spend Matters gets back in the swing of things in the new year with full coverage of topics, Peter Smith addresses prospects for 2018 as well as suggesting some resolutions, ideas or goals that procurement professionals might want to adopt. ...

    • Note:   This is a post co-authored with my friend and colleague Nick Sinai as lead author. Nick is a former U.S. deputy CTO in the Obama administration, currently venture partner at Insight Venture Partners, and adjunct faculty at the Harvard ...

    • It’s clear that a key aspect of any IT transformation is shifting processes from being done manually to being done automatically. Bob Osborn, federal CTO of ServiceNow, breaks down his five steps federal agencies can take to implement automation. ...

    • Crumbling infrastructure can be fixed if we change how we fund capital investments and maintenance, according to Dr. John Brown Miller, principal at Ironside Strategies and recognized expert on infrastructure. As he explains, the separation of ...

    • Blockchain technology, best known for securing cryptocurrency, is continuing to catch the attention of federal agencies. If government can get past the hype and the misconceptions, there are some useful applications. FCW explores how to approach ...

    • By breaking blockchain down to its core concept, agencies are coming up with new uses for it, like physical asset management and smart contracts. “We think that blockchain and the distributed consensus ledger will and should have the same sort ...

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