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  • John Ray_GSA

    Longtime GSA IT official calls it a day

    John Ray’s federal civilian career spanned seven presidencies and predated the personal computer. Read More

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  • John Klossner self portrait

    The wrong way to engage

    John Klossner's take on managers' outreach to agency employees. Read More

  • Alejandro Mayorkas

    DHS deputy secretary confirmed

    Alejandro Mayorkas is under investigation by the department’s IG, but Democrats said there is nothing to the charges and refused to delay a vote until the probe is complete. Read More

  • Michael Hettinger

    TechAmerica taps new head for public sector

    Mike Hettinger is a former Hill staffer and executive at the Software and Information Industry Association. Read More

  • Kurt DelBene

    Former Microsoft exec to take over HealthCare.gov 'tech surge'

    Kurt DelBene will take over from Jeff Zients, who will soon assume the directorship of the National Economic Council. Read More

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  • John Klossner self portrait

    The simple path to better procurement

    John Klossner sketches what it takes for acquisition officers to get to a win. Read More

  • Deborah Lee James

    James confirmed as Air Force secretary

    Confirmation had been slowed by an unrelated dispute over providing information to Congress about the A-10 program. Read More

    Comments: 1
  • Commerce Department Logo

    How many Commerce CIOs does it take to...?

    Deltek's annual holiday party brought together five current and former Commerce Department IT leaders. Read More

  • Mary Davie, GSA

    Davie: GSA saved a billion on 2013 IT buys

    The assistant commissioner for Integrated Technology Services claimed $1.35 billion in savings through innovation and reduced duplication of effort. Read More

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  • Healthcare.gov start page

    CMS shares traffic reports for HealthCare.gov

    Administration touts the spike is usage, but questions persist about data transmission to insurers. Read More

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