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  • Michael C. Brown, former executive director of IT Services Office at US Department of Homeland Security.

    ICE names new CIO

    Michael Brown, an IT executive in DHS's CIO office, will take over as CIO at Immigration and Customs Enforcement on July 26. Read More

  • Kathy Conrad of GSA

    Kathy Conrad to leave GSA

    Three-time Federal 100 winner is leaving government in July. Read More

  • Bradley Saull, former senior staff for the House of Homeland Security Committee.

    PSC calls Saull

    Bradley Saull comes to the Professional Services Council from a senior staff position with the House Homeland Security Committee. Read More

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    Planning, procurement and purchasing the cloud: A primer

    Acquisition can be the sharp hidden shoal that scuttles federal agencies' move to the cloud. Read More

  • Alan Lynn

    Lynn to replace Hawkins as DISA director

    Army Maj. Gen. Alan Lynn is currently vice director of the Defense Information Systems Agency. Read More

  • Shutterstock image (by Spectrum Studio): Washington, D.C. skyline.

    Event touts D.C. women in tech

    "Celebrating DC Women in Technology" was sparked by a list of top 100 D.C. techies that was overwhelmingly male. Read More

  • vacant desk

    FDIC CIO on leave

    Barry West also is leaving his post as president of the board at the Association for Federal Information Resources Management. Read More

  • Melissa Starinsky

    GSA taps Starinsky for acquisition institute

    Melissa Starinsky was previously chancellor of the Veterans Affairs Acquisition Academy. Read More

  • Susannah Fox of the HHS Idea Lab

    HHS picks Fox for CTO

    Susannah Fox ran health and technology surveys for the Pew Internet Project and was entrepreneur-in-residence at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Read More

  • Denise Turner Roth.

    Roth tapped to head GSA

    The president says he wants to remove the "acting" from GSA Administrator Denise Turner Roth's title. Read More

The 2015 Federal 100

Meet 100 women and men who are doing great things in federal IT.