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  • Lisa Schlosser (L) and Margie Graves

    OPM hire means top detailees go back to their real jobs

    The two top-level IT officials who were detailed to positions outside their agencies while OPM was between full-time CIOs will return to their regularly scheduled programming. Read More

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  • Karen DeSalvo

    DeSalvo exits ONC

    HHS has named a new national coordinator for health IT, giving Karen DeSalvo an opportunity to ease out of her dual-hatted role at the agency. Read More

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  • David Nelson

    NRC names David Nelson as CIO

    The Nuclear Regulatory Commission has tapped the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services' former CIO to be its new IT chief. Read More

  • John Klossner self portrait

    Recruiting techies to government? Try this.

    Salary isn't going to do it, but FCW's cartoonist notes that government boasts some benefits Silicon Valley can't match. Read More

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  • Shutterstock image: Help wanted.

    A 'money-making' CIO job

    The Bureau of Engraving and Printing, which prints U.S. paper currency, is hiring for its top IT executive slot. Read More

  • John Klossner self portrait

    When security goes too far

    What happens when agencies realize that every connected device is a potential threat? Read More

  • NASA logo

    NASA taps new IT security leader

    NASA has selected Jeanette Hanna-Ruiz as its new chief information security officer. Read More

  • Vice Admiral Jan Tighe. Photo courtesy: U.S. Navy

    Tighe takes over naval intel, info warfare

    A highly sensitive Navy post is going to a senior officer who -- unlike her predecessor -- brings an active security clearance. Read More

  • Shutterstock editorial image (by Gil C): State Census Bureau homepage.

    Census seeks CTO

    With Avi Bender's departure to lead a data push at another Commerce Department component, the Census Bureau needs a new tech leader ahead of the 2020 headcount. Read More

  • Google legend joins Defense Digital Service

    Matt Cutts, Google's longtime search quality guru, is taking a leave of absence to join the Defense Department's digital SWAT team. Read More

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