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FEATURES

CIOs struggle for clout
Survey by FCW Media Group confirms that frustration among public CIOs prompts short tenures despite long-term challenges

Software that keeps score
Managers fine-tune mission performance with balanced score cards, but success takes much more than technology

Security dashboard
Are high-level views the answer to getting managers the cybersecurity status information they need to make decisions?

Friendly competition
A look at the battle for government contracts from a cartoonist's perspective



NEWS

Flu plan burdens public health agencies
State and local officials seek more funds to collect vaccine data

Air Force raises bar on desktop security

Interagency contracting tops OFPP agenda

Circuit

Comings and goings

Intercepts



COMMENT

Editorial: Winged migration

Armstrong: Is ethics this difficult?

Aronie: Don't be a target



MANAGEMENT

Gonzalez brings life lessons to IRS
New deputy CIO's role: Keep agency's modernization on track

Merit board: Feds mishandle probationary hiring

LandWarNet University to open



TECHNOLOGY

GPO awaits Web-harvesting technology
Agency seeks technology that can query specific classes of information

A portable one-stop comm shop

The Pipeline


BUSINESS

Fed vendors face mixed future
Agency belt-tightening will affect some IT spending, DOD could decline

Firm offers unique qualifications

Adobe targets governments with LiveCycle



POLICY

DISA's Croom era
Moving away from putting its stamp on projects, agency focuses on collaboration

DOD reviewing acquisition reform


Featured

  • Acquisition
    network monitoring (nmedia/Shutterstock.com)

    How companies should prep for CMMC

    Defense contractors should be getting ready for the Defense Department's impending cybersecurity standard expected to be released this month.

  • Workforce
    Volcanic Tablelands Calif BLM Bishop Field Office employee. April 28, 2010

    BLM begins move out of Washington

    The decision to relocate staff could disrupt key relationships with Congress and OMB and set the stage for a dismantling of the agency, say former employees.

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