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FCW's Federal List: 10 organizations worth watching We chose these 10 for their innovation and growth, and for being bellwethers of change in the government IT community.
Chat room diplomacy Blogs and virtual consulates are the new diplomatic tools in the State Department's efforts to change public opinion abroad
Fighting fires with geospatial data Topographical maps enriched with layers of relevant data are helping officials become better fire managers
Buzz of the Week: Goodbye summer, and back to work
DOD to decide on Navy HR systemEngland must determine whether Navy will use DIMHRS or the Marine Corps' system.
FAA's $1 billion contract to ITT targets air traffic delays
Border states to test hybrid IDs
Editorial: Thriving in chaos Leadership and management in a time of disruption, chaos and change are particularly challenging.
Amme: You can be a survivor
Stephenson: Web 2.0 and security
Kolcun: Software 2.0
The most divisive issue: Pay Distrust has stalled federal efforts to change the 50-year-old civil service pay system
Gadgets that don't play by the rules Beware of employees bearing smart phones, IM services and peer-to-peer file sharing software
Consolidation changes the game Consequences of governmentwide initiatives alter the federal contracting landscape
OMB's one-face approach Agencies find 'one government' to be a disruptive, but not unreasonable, concept
Eye on the sky ' from your desktop
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Three-time Federal 100 winner is leaving government in July.
Members of Congress heaped hard questions on federal IT leaders at a June 16 hearing and suggested strongly that somebody needs to be fired.
Senate bill carves out exemption for supercomputing and other lab IT; an earlier version of the measure would have exempted the entire Department of Energy.
OPM is partnering with CSID to try to manage the fallout from a massive breach of some 4 million federal personnel records.
Steve Kelman applauds the OMB's move to make career employees "goal leaders" for performance management initiatives -- but wishes it had come far earlier in the administration.
In an exclusive interview, Jimaye Sones, who was Defense Information Systems Agency comptroller from 2005 to 2013, says he was reassigned after revealing questionable accounting practices at the agency.
Through computer forensics training and internships, veterans are helping Immigration and Customs Enforcement tackle a backlog in child exploitation cases.
After two months on the job studying DOD's cybersecurity and IT needs, Secretary Ashton Carter is set to unveil a new Pentagon cyber strategy in Silicon Valley.
The failure of massive federal IT projects can usually be traced to poor management. The solution is as multilayered as the projects themselves.
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