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  • Letitia Long_NGA

    Changes at the top for NGA

    Deputy DNI Robert Cardillo will succeed Letitia Long at the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency in October. Read More

  • Federal CIO Steven VanRoekel, shown here at a 2012 NIST event

    VanRoekel, McCaul tapped for TechAmerica awards

    The technology trade association named federal CIO Steve VanRoekel as its government technology executive of the year and Rep. Michael McCaul as its legislator of the year. Read More

  • Sue Swenson

    Vice chair promoted to top spot at FirstNet

    Longtime telecom exec Sue Swenson replaces Sam Ginn at the agency leading an effort to build a nationwide, interoperable public safety mobile broadband communications network. Read More

  • Mary Davie 2014

    Davie wins ACT-IAC's 2014 Franke Award

    A 25-year federal employee, Mary Davie has spent her entire career pushing for better collaboration at the General Services Administration. Read More

  • Keith Alexander, DOD photo

    Alexander: Big data 'is what it's all about'

    Former NSA head says guarding agencies' vast data stores is the critical challenge going forward. Read More

  • David McClure speaking

    AFFIRM announces Leadership Award winners

    Darren Ash, Mike Krieger and David McClure are among the honorees. Read More

  • revolving door

    East retiring as Treasury CIO

    Robyn East joins a growing list of departing federal CIOs. Read More

  • Terry Halvorsen

    Halvorsen named acting CIO at Pentagon

    Terry Halvorsen,the Navy's CIO, will take over for the departed Teri Takai, at least temporarily. Read More

  • revolving door

    Four join PSC's Technology Policy Council board

    Kay Kapoor, Teresa Carlson, Greg Baroni and Steven Roth were added to the executive advisory board of the council, which was launched in March. Read More

  • John Klossner self portrait

    Projects that didn't make the Fed 100 cut

    FCW's cartoonist muses on the federal efforts that probably aren't award-worthy. Read More

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