Best and worst FCW’s second annual best — and worst — IT agency survey shows that although some things change, many stay the same
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Some GSA supporters question whether the timing is right, given the agency’s challenges
Harris rapped for FTI failures
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DOE raises the bar on supercomputing
Vendors defend DHS contracting practices
But lawmakers most likely will continue probes
Deltek digs deeper into EVM field
Congress wants standard military e-health record
DOD, VA move a step closer to a common health record for vets, active-duty military
GSA weighs Section 803 changes
Lawmakers downplay IT’s role in FOIA
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