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Replacement grade
Seven points to ponder when buying suitable laptops for replacing desktop PCs

Power trip
A step-by-step guide to buying the perfect high-end PC

Power, portability and connectivity
The best ultralight PCs, handheld computers and cellular phones for the seasoned traveler


GSA struggles to right the ship
Foundering agency tries to steer back on course as leaders report sharp revenue drop

Flying ICUs save lives




Editorial: GSA’s novel experiment
The General Services Administration ought to get some credit for creativity and perhaps a few pointers on what to try next

Kelman: Thinking for a living

Hain: How to meet the looming deadline

Berendt: Why is this so difficult?


Schlosser takes command at HUD
Since becoming CIO, she has made herself a persuasive member of the executive team

Katrina report lists 125 fixes

SSA puts federal career interns to work


Coach2100 offers new twist on information sharing
Collaboration tool could aid homeland security efforts

The Pipeline

Tools to tame the FISMA tiger


Telework mandates open doors to new business
Seizing on government requirements can bring success to federal contractors


Security grades bring new complaints
Does FISMA compliance create secure IT systems?

Army uses its bulk buy policy


  • Congress
    U.S. Capitol (Photo by M DOGAN / Shutterstock)

    Funding bill clears Congress, heads for president's desk

    The $1.3 trillion spending package passed the House of Representatives on March 22 and the Senate in the early hours of March 23. President Trump is expected to sign the bill, securing government funding for the remainder of fiscal year 2018.

  • 2018 Fed 100

    The 2018 Federal 100

    This year's Fed 100 winners show just how much committed and talented individuals can accomplish in federal IT. Read their profiles to learn more!

  • Census
    How tech can save money for 2020 census

    Trump campaign taps census question as a fund-raising tool

    A fundraising email for the Trump-Pence reelection campaign is trying to get supporters behind a controversial change to the census -- asking respondents whether or not they are U.S. citizens.

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