A dozen up-and-coming professionals have been recognized this year for making an early -- and substantive -- mark in the government technology community.
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IT contracting program director takes on a new role.
Becky Nolan talks about her most important accomplishments and the lessons she’s learned during her decades-long career at AFCEA.
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Congress and the president adjust some deadlines in the STOCK Act, but opponents still object to public disclosure.
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After more than 31 years of service, Olga Grkavac is retiring from TechAmerica.
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A former GSA Commissioner has left the agency, apparently in connection to the ongoing spending scandal.
A dozen up-and-coming government technology professionals will be honored in this year's Rising Star awards.