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    10 IT skills that matter in 2015

    A private-sector survey finds that project managers are in greater demand than big-data pros. Read More

  • Exit Sign

    DIA's innovation lead not stepping down

    Correction: Defense Intelligence Agency Chief Innovation Officer Dan Doney tells FCW he will stay through February. Read More

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  • Anne Altman

    Altman, Murphy, Sanghani recognized by contractor community

    The Greater Washington Government Contractor Awards also honored Agilex, American Systems, Arc Aspicio, Eagle Ray and IndraSoft. Read More

  • Will Hurd

    Cybersecurity specialist wins House seat

    Will Hurd will represent Texas' 23rd district -- and he comes with an interesting resume. Read More

  • Kay Kapoor

    AT&T's Kapoor wins Mendenhall award

    ACT-IAC honor recognizes leadership and commitment to public service in the federal IT community. Read More

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    Commercial customs app developed by CBP employee

    A new mobile website aims to help U.S. importers, foreign exporters and federal employees more easily access customs data. Read More

  • Michael Flynn

    Former DIA director to join SBD Advisors

    Retired Lt. Gen. Mike Flynn is the latest in a growing list of former Pentagon officials to join the consulting firm. Read More

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    Bhagowalia assumes CIO post at Treasury

    The former Interior Department CIO and three-time Federal 100 winner replaces Robyn East. Read More

  • CIA CIO Doug Wolfe at the 2014 GCN Gala (Photo: Zaid Hamid)

    CIA's Wolfe, Army's Krieger, FireEye's Cole honored at GCN gala

    Two dozen Rising Stars and 10 public-sector teams were also recognized at the Oct. 14 event. Read More

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    Shadow IT: 10 signs it's thriving at your agency

    Cartoonist John Klossner on the telltale indicators that not everything is running through the CIO. Read More

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