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Army lessons learned Junior officers sharing battlefield experiences in near-real time adapt faster than the Army’s top military leaders
Court decision lifts cloud hanging over Interior
Federal appeals court reverses order that would have shut down much of Interior’s IT
DHS bill slashes research funds
Congress to quiz top VA officials
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The veterinarian becomes a CIO
Gregory Parham combines his career interests in epidemiology and information technology
Why can’t feds hire better, faster?
Can AJAX find harmony on agency Web sites?
Hot coding technique unable to hit fed Web pages because of accessibility questions
Malware threats on the rise
Gateway E-100M: The price is right
Critical data loss from within spawns new market
Outbound content compliance segment expected to hit $2 billion by 2009
Small businesses wait for DOD dollars
Politics changes A-76 landscape
Congress uses its power to intercede in public/private job competitions
Do Alaskan companies freeze out competitors?
FIPS policy creates Catch-22
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