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Works in Progress is signing off

Careful readers have no doubt noticed that this blog -- intended to let the FCW community know what stories were in the works, and which reporters were working on them -- has been update-free since June.   And now, with a redesign of FCW.com just days away, we are officially pulling the plug. 

For those who remain curious about FCW's future coverage, a rough editorial calendar remains available here.  A revised plan for Q4 of 2012 is online now, and 2013 story ideas will be added in the near future.

If you have questions or suggestions -- about upcoming stories, topics you think warrant our attention, or even the decision to shutter this blog -- please contact me at tschneider [at] fcw [dot] com, or on Twitter at @troyschneider.

Posted by Troy K. Schneider on Oct 05, 2012 at 12:20 PM0 comments


Upcoming FCW Feature

August 15 2012

Inside DOD: To be determined

* This story will NOT be on Rugged IT as originally listed on the calendar

Content Management

The new Federal Digital Strategy reports only about half of agencies use a content management system to manage web sites, and of those no clear standards or guidelines exist to maximize efficiency. This story will examine agency options for improving CMS practices.

Writer: John Moore, jmwriter4 AT gmail DOT com

Posted on Jun 22, 2012 at 12:20 PM0 comments


Upcoming FCW Feature

July 30 2012

Best Practices for Federal IT Virtualization

Virtualizing servers and other infrastructure in an agency’s own datacenter is one of the ways to smoothly transition to a cloud model, whether that cloud is the agency’s own IT assets, served up cloud style, or cloud services offered by a third party. This story will provide agencies advice on how to build a cloud-ready virtualized IT environment – and the staff that they will need to operate it.

Writer: John Moore, jmwriter4 AT gmail DOT com


Advanced Networking

Networx, an all-inclusive contract for telecommunications and network services, was awarded in 2007 and agencies began the process of transitioning to it from an older contract. Five years later, progress has been slow. What is the impediment to moving ahead?

Writer: Matthew Weigelt mweigelt@fcw.com, Camille Tuutti ctuutti@1105govinfo.com, John Zyskowski, jzyskowski@fcw.com

Posted on Jun 15, 2012 at 12:20 PM0 comments


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