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FEATURES

ERP flavor of the week: Vanilla
Agencies learn the hard way that success often depends on simplicity

Super storage
Multiserver clusters are the new supercomputer stand-in. Here's how storage has adapted to its important new supporting role



NEWS

VA officials ignored security warnings
In wake of data theft, secretary vows relentless pursuit of compliance with security policies

Doan confirmed as GSA head

Circuit

Intercepts



COMMENT

Editorial: Changing with the times
FCW launches its redesigned Web site



MANAGEMENT

Mark Chait walks in industry exec’s shoes
ATR agent, McAfee vice president discover they share similar management challenges

Are ‘mature’ feds the answer?



TECHNOLOGY

Data mining: The new weapon in the war on terror?
Use of the technology to probe vast amounts of phone data could be costly and invade privacy

Mobile work zone ahead



BUSINESS

Pragma tool furthers trend toward certification
Suite of templates aims to help organizations reach CMMI Level 2

Contractors win big at USAID



POLICY

Red scare or red herring?
Federal computer purchase from Chinese company raises security questions



FlipSide

Your guide to the new FCW.com


Featured

  • Contracting
    8 prototypes of the border walls as tweeted by CBP San Diego

    DHS contractors face protests – on the streets

    Tech companies are facing protests internally from workers and externally from activists about doing for government amid controversial policies like "zero tolerance" for illegal immigration.

  • Workforce
    By Mark Van Scyoc Royalty-free stock photo ID: 285175268

    At OPM, Weichert pushes direct hire, pay agent changes

    Margaret Weichert, now acting director of the Office of Personnel Management, is clearing agencies to make direct hires in IT, cyber and other tech fields and is changing pay for specialized occupations.

  • Cloud
    Shutterstock ID ID: 222190471 By wk1003mike

    IBM protests JEDI cloud deal

    As the deadline to submit bids on the Pentagon's $10 billion, 10-year warfighter cloud deal draws near, IBM announced a legal protest.

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