Who & Where

Marlene Roush: Data science educator

As the rare person trained in mathematics, Roush teaches on campus and in the company conference room.

Irina Nguyen

Irina Nguyen: Bringing transparency to acquisition

As the Army continues to overhaul and streamline the ways it buys technology, one person is working behind the scenes to make the processes more transparent.

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Innovation Fellows describe their reality check

While progress is being made, agency buy-in can be an uphill battle.

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Healthcare.gov launch is a 'teachable moment,' says federal CIO

The conception and design of HealthCare.gov was 'bold' in a way that has not been widely appreciated, VanRoekel says.

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ELC attendees split on FITARA

Whether the latest proposed acquisition reform bill is a boon or bane depends on whom you ask.

Michael Meskill

Michael G. Meskill: Taking USDA to the cloud

Thanks to Meskill, the Agriculture Department has joined the ranks of cloud service providers.

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HealthCare.gov becomes example for procurement criticism

'Horse and buggy-era' funding cited as part of the problem in federal acquisition.

Samantha Kott Kouril

Samantha Kott Kouril: Undaunted by challenge

Knowing little about IT didn't keep this Rising Star from accepting an internship at GSA, where she's now a project manager.

Jeh Johnson

Is Jeh Johnson ready for DHS' tech challenges?

President's pick to head the Department of Homeland Security has lots to learn about the sprawling agency.

Zients promises big improvements by Thanksgiving

"Let me be clear: Healthcare.gov is fixable," administration's point man for the fixes declares.

Army NIE networked soldier

Army's technology test-bed event facing changes

NIE start date delayed, as Army officials mull changes in focus and frequency going forward.

Jeffrey Zients

Zients to lead HealthCare.gov reboot

Former OMB acting director to manage "tech surge" promised by Obama, as Issa and other legislators demand answers.

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