After numerous failed modernization efforts, the IRS now believes it has a model that works
Smart Shoppers: 5 things handheld buyers need to know
The second of a three-part series: Mobile workers want technologies that simplify their lives, but the handheld device market has become anything but simple
DHS reshuffles the deck
Will Chertoff's reorganization plan fix what needs fixing?
Legislating a sunset
Editorial: The need for IT advice
Lisagor: A dash of appreciation
Reece: How to fix the tax code
Hobbins: White board manager
Senior Air Force official has managed business, warfighting IT convergence
Pay won't fix everything
Fixing up facilities management
The challenge: Link detailed building, systems info with end-to-end view
Ciena launches federal subsidiary
Caught in the act
Critics say Safety Act stifles anti-terrorism technology
On the Circuit
Your inbox is full
Constituent e-mail and form letters flood Capitol Hill
Under the microscope
Preserving records in cyberspace
EPA to set jobs up for competition
Global trade standards on the way
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Steve Kelman's recent talk with feds reinforced his view that a $10,000 micropurchase limit opens up vast new acquisition possibilities.
The president's budget director wants agencies to do a better job making the Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation program work.
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