This week in FCW history

Five years ago: FCW, June 22, 1998

NASA lifts off with ODIN
In what may mark a dramatic shift in the government's management of desktop PCs, NASA awarded contracts to seven vendors under the $13 billion Outsourcing Desktop Initiative for NASA.

Four years ago: FCW, June 21, 1999

Telecom next wave in outsourcing
Network management, which most federal agencies have handled with in-house resources, may be the next candidate for large-scale outsourcing as a number of agencies have confirmed they are considering turning the job over to telecommunications carriers.

Three years ago: FCW, June 26, 2000

Do we need an IT czar?
FCW's cover story warned feds to "prepare the way for the information technology czar."

Two years ago: FCW, June 25, 2001

OPM defines IT jobs
The Office of Personnel Management earlier this month released a new job family standard and modern job descriptions and titles for information technology workers in government. Now comes the hard part: determining who belongs in the new group.

One year ago: FCW, June 24, 2002

One year and counting: Section 508
FCW checked agencies' progress in the year since Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act went into effect, requiring federal agencies to make sure their Web sites and office technology can be used, or "accessed," by people with a variety of disabilities.

Featured

  • Management
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    OPM-GSA merger plan detailed in legislative proposal

    The White House is proposing legislation for a dramatic overhaul of human resources inside government and wants $50 million to execute the plan.

  • Cloud
    cloud applications (chanpipat/Shutterstock.com)

    GSA plans civilian DEOS counterpart

    GSA is developing a cloud email and enterprise services contract inspired by the single-source vehicle the Department of Defense devised for back-office software.

  • Defense
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    DOD looks to unify software spending for 2020

    Defense Department acquisition head, Ellen Lord, hopes to simplify software buying and improve business systems following the release of the Defense Innovation Board's final software acquisition study.

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