Further down the line
Networx moves into the future, bearing the hallmarks of the past
Networx is geared to accommodate advancing technologies, but adoption might be slower than expected
Networx…or what else?
Alternatives to GSA’s telecom contract could be hard to come by in the future
Fresh faces of storage
These young companies are poised to alter how government IT managers think about, use and manage enterprise storage
Jewels among storage standards
The second of a two-part article looking at emerging technologies
A change in stature
The evolution of the CIO, through the eyes of a cartoonist
Navy IT office gains financial clout
Central group could eventually manage $6 billion in IT spending
DHS outlines IT contracts
Mars orbiter takes broadband to space
NIST compiles database of 12,000 software product vulnerabilities
Comings and Goings
Editorial: What’s the difference?
Letters to the editor
Welles: Leave no one behind
Kelman: Past performance revisited
Lisagor: Sending mixed messages
Dean Hall likes to be backstage
FBI turns to ex-CIA manager to sort out its IT problems
Hiring makeover helps attract younger feds
OPM fine-tunes USAJobs
Adding video to your agency’s Web site is easier and more useful than you think
Software keeps EPA workers informed about chemical risks
State looks to expand content portal
The British are coming
Apogen acquisition is another case of foreign interest in U.S. fed market
TestDrive lets agencies kick software tires
Former fed Fox turns consultant
BearingPoint roars with new contracts
GSA pursues single sign-on serviceFederated approach could ease identity management
Infrastructure arenas still weak on defense
OMB builds out federal enterprise architecture
DOD IG criticizes GSA purchases
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A two-year campaign that prompted the Department of Homeland Security to issue its first-ever emergency directive to agencies to shore up cyber defenses appears in part to have been an attempt to spy on U.S. government internet traffic.
A rule change allows furloughed feds and those working without pay to take out loans against their retirement during shutdowns.
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