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What we've got here is failure to communicate ...

At EA 2014, enterprise architects from across government grappled with the challenge of getting outsiders to understand what they do.

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OPM’s breakup with USIS could be a seminal moment

A state-sponsored breach, not other failings, reportedly prompted OPM to terminate its big contract with USIS.

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NSA IT, a better interface for CBP, data worries and more

News and notes from around the federal IT community.

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Big structural challenges face e-voting in the U.S.

An Atlantic Council report explores the challenges of online and mobile device-based voting.

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Fed millennials are a satisfied bunch

An OPM report found that almost two-thirds of federal employees born since 1980 consider government a good place to work.

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VA moving to fire embattled procurement official

Susan Taylor would be the first senior executive removed under expedited procedures enacted earlier this year.

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GPO cloud, Army IT, cyber insurance and more

News and notes from around the federal IT community.

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DHS to launch acquisition improvement project

The goal is to "improve acquisition in general, but also IT acquisition specifically," says Senior Enterprise Architect Nicole Willis.

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Army extends General Dynamics IT work on African news websites

Congress had voted to shutter the sites, but the Pentagon is continuing to operate them.

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5 players (and 1 tool) you need on your modernization team

The chance of failure on high-stakes modernization projects can be avoided if you have the right people and processes in place.

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4 signs agencies are serious about agile

Federal IT executives have been talking about agile development for years, but the iterative approach is now being incorporated into contracting requirements.

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100 reasons to be optimistic

The upcoming nomination process for the 2014 Federal 100 awards is an antidote for pessimism.

Who's Fed 100-worthy?

Nominations are now open for the 2015 Federal 100 awards. Get the details and submit your picks!