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FEATURES

Hula Hoop, Rubik's Cube ... enterprise architecture?
IT experts worry that today's hot management discipline could go the way of earlier fads

Federal enterprise architecture at a crossroads
Creating agency enterprise architectures is just the beginning

Tools to solve the puzzle
Electronic repositories help agencies get the most out of enterprise architecture work



NEWS

Focus turns to disaster response
After Katrina, integrated networks and GIS are crucial

OMB considers transition costs for centers providing bad service

GPO's newest job: A digital czar

Intercepts



COMMENT

Editorial: Succession planning

Kelman: The blame game

Lisagor: Old dogs, new tricks

Shenefiel: Protecting privacy



MANAGEMENT

298 pages of problems at USPTO
NAPA report finds many organizational weaknesses

FBI focuses on IT capabilities



TECHNOLOGY

Real-time weather alerts silenced
Industry starts restoring telecom service to NWS after Katrina

A PDA in hand ...

The Pipeline


BUSINESS

SOA demand builds slowly
Emerging market has generated a lot of talk but not many funded projects

E-training companies go after federal market



POLICY

VA IT budget under scrutiny
Legislation would give CIO power over spending

New IP a go, but no new money

NASA bungles e-mail policy


Featured

  • Management
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    Where does the TMF Board go from here?

    With a $1 billion cash infusion, relaxed repayment guidelines and a surge in proposals from federal agencies, questions have been raised about whether the board overseeing the Technology Modernization Fund has been scaled to cope with its newfound popularity.

  • IT Modernization
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    OMB provides key guidance for TMF proposals amid surge in submissions

    Deputy Federal CIO Maria Roat details what makes for a winning Technology Modernization Fund proposal as agencies continue to submit major IT projects for potential funding.

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