"NSF puts IT work force under the microscope"
"The right stuff"
Profile of Ruzena Bajcsy
"Justice names deputy CIO"
Commission on the Advancement of Women and Minorities in Science, Engineeringand Technology
How women can get ahead in federal IT management:
* Network. Start with Executive Women in Government.
* Find a mentor. Women who have come up the ranks are willing to reach
back and help others.
* Go to class. Recommended are CIO University
and the eGoverment Fellows program offered by the Council for Excellence
* Be resourceful. Tap such resources as the Institute for Women and
Technology, Women Work! The National Network for Women's Employment
and the Labor Department's Women's
Bureau for information.
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