We need to invest in infrastructure now for the sake of public safety and to boost our economy, says Donna Cooper.
The Republican Study Committee’s recommendations undermine America’s potential clean energy leadership, writes Kate Gordon.
Jitinder Kohli examines ways that the leaders of federal agencies and departments can stretch tight budgets imaginatively and provocatively.
Kevin Sharer, chairman and CEO of Amgen, talks about what he thinks makes America so competitive in biotechnology.
Pennsylvania Gov. Edward Rendell discusses why we need to invest in our infrastructure to remain globally competitive.
OMB should use a new social networking platform to develop an integrated system for collaboration among federal IT employees, write Will Thomas and Pratap Chatterjee.
Report Maryann Feldman and Lauren Lanahan's look at the efficacy of regional innovation programs in the eastern Midwest regional economy.
Doing What Works project event explores the institutional challenges to innovation in government and how they can be overcome.
Report Geoff Mulgan and Jitinder Kohli provide strategies for spotting small successes in the public sector and making them big in this Doing What Works project report.
Report Jitinder Kohli and Geoff Mulgan provide a menu of more than 20 different ways public agencies are promoting the generation of great ideas in this Doing What Works project report.
The White House today announced that it will halt troubled IT spending and begin a long-overdue review of government technology, writes Ian Millhiser.
Undersecretary of Commerce David Kappos talks at a CAP event about how innovation and patent reform may be the critical, hidden component for U.S. job creation.
Video Jonathan Moreno explains what synthetic biology is, what the J. Craig Venter Institute announcement means, and how to ensure that synthetic biology benefits Americans.
China’s investment in high-speed rail is laying a foundation to continue its economic growth and improve its competitive position in the global clean energy economy, write Julian L. Wong and Nick Wellkamp.