The vote for what is normally an uncontroversial position was unusually partisan.
As the rare person trained in mathematics, Roush teaches on campus and in the company conference room.
Gen. Keith Alexander denies that spying efforts have gone too far.
This Rising Star describes the flood of data he has to tame as akin to 'watching someone get hit with the water from a fire hose.'
He previously led two telecommunications trade associations.
As the Army continues to overhaul and streamline the ways it buys technology, one person is working behind the scenes to make the processes more transparent.
Whether the latest proposed acquisition reform bill is a boon or bane depends on whom you ask.
The conception and design of HealthCare.gov was 'bold' in a way that has not been widely appreciated, VanRoekel says.
While progress is being made, agency buy-in can be an uphill battle.
'Horse and buggy-era' funding cited as part of the problem in federal acquisition.
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