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2007 in review
A look back at 2007 in the pages of Federal Computer Week
California’s self-improvement project
The California Performance Review has faded from the headlines, but on the front lines, it’s a different story
- Read FCW’s August 2004 article about the California Performance Review.
- Visit the California Performance Review Web site.
Want to come home again?
Once retired, then rehired, some feds return to their former agencies to pass on their program knowledge
Most fed data is un-Googleable
After five years, a major E-Gov Act provision goes unmet because of search problems
With Internet gateways, less is more
- Read about the 2007 class of Rising Star award winners here.
- Nominate someone for a Federal 100 award at www.fcw.com/ fed100.
- In the coming weeks, the FCW Insider blog will present some insights from people who have been Federal 100 judges.
Editorial: New Year’s resolutions
The government has a real opportunity to marry the experience of age with the new thoughts, ideas and energy of a younger workforce.
- Nominate someone for a 2008 Federal 100 award.
- Read the Forum piece that spawned this column: FCW Forum: Do agencies rely too much on contractors?
- Read the FCW Forum.
- Read Kelman's blog, The Lectern.
- Read Welles' blog, Get a Life!
Hot or not: Not a case of business as usual
Some CIOs gained new authorities, but not all gaines offset the challenges facing managers
- Check out FCW's special report on Intellipedians here.
Hot or not: With tech, there’s always change
New technologies kept federal managers from falling into any routine
Hot or not: Acquisition was a hot spot
Agencies built a foundation for improving workforce skills and contracting practices
Hot or not: Congress failed to make a mark
But policies for better information sharing and e-discovery were positive advances
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