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2008 Federal 100: Doers with vision
This year's Fed 100 winners are not only leaders but also doers. They are people who have refined strategic outlooks, but they are also adept tacticians.



  • Find out more about the winners here.


Croom: Acquisition done better, faster, cheaper
The general shows others the way to transform a broken acquisition process


Schmidt: E-government expertise on tap
Google'’s CEO is always ready to share his insights with federal officials


Mintz: Turning conflict into consensus
A CIO exercises the fine art of politics to gain support for a key initiative


Powner: A model of constructive oversight
This GAO official believes no one benefits from a 'gotcha' audit


Web extra: Tapscott: Governance by participation
Think-tank founder envisions a technology-enabled democracy


Web extra: Bartock, Bird, Heitkamp: The value of collaboration
This team of experts views IT challenges in three dimensions


Winners list


2008 Federal 100 Judges


NEWS


Buzz of the Week: GSA: Between Alliant and a hard place


New plan for disaster actioninspires hope
Framework outlines roles for authorities in responding to large-scale incidents

EPA may have lost data in hasty library closures

DOD refines architecture strategy


COMMENT


Editorial: Seeking the bright lights
Nominations are now open for the 2008 Rising Star awards, which recognize the work done by younger people in government and industry



Kelman: Can we talk?



Sprehe: The president's legacy


MANAGEMENT


26,000 move to RetireEZ


PROCUREMENT


GSA to go ahead with Alliant
Officials must decide specific remedy after court rules in favor of protesters


POLICY


3 agencies tout PMA's value
OMB's Johnson says score cards improved agencies' effectiveness in the past 7 years


Agencies find keys to FISMA


FLIPSIDE


Government Movies: March Madness



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Get to know the 100 women and men honored this year for going above and beyond in federal IT.

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