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IT gaps slow DHS training
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Florida courts work to strengthen IT security
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Linux developer ready for scrutiny
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Dell touts new BPA as model
PITAC gets new life as part of PCAST
Combination of two committees could help raise IT issues to higher level
CDC shuffles IT responsibilities
Wanted: New DHS privacy officer
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