Storm Watch 2006: Ready or not Authorities enter the 2006 hurricane season better prepared than last year but not as ready as they would like to be
Dial VOIP in case of emergency Voice-over-IP technology finds a new fit with business continuity strategies
Comments, please A new Defense Department memo directs all DOD organizations to use the online Federal Docket Management System to issue regulations
War accounts under attack as DOD scrambles for funds
Warfighters caught in the crossfire of battle over budget supplemental
Davis challenges FTI's value
Centcom plans Middle East network expansion
Editorial: Celebrating youth FCW is seeking nominations for Rising Stars, a new awards program for up-and-coming younger workers in the government information technology community
Welles: Get started with a good book
Lisagor: Five habits to avoid
Kelman: Change management
Allen: Integrated chip provides all-purpose security
Serious game teaches emergency responders
Real-time ‘Incident Commander’ is based on the National Incident Management System.
IG decries lax top-level oversight
NAPA says anxiety afflicts A-76 winners
Health emergencies highlight need for trusted identities
Emergency response portals ready for hurricane season
InsideNASA, NGA Earth can quickly shift into crisis mode when disaster strikes
Alienware offers snazzy workstation
Printing for your eyes only
8(a) firms found opportunity after 2005 hurricanes
Big companies were not the only ones providing relief in hard-hit areas
Companies build authentication bridge to government agencies
VFA finds niche in facilities management
Feds scramble to improve emergency procurement information
But efforts to avoid a replay of 2005 disasters are not complete
DOD, VA told to use common software
TSA readies Registered Traveler system
Army gears up for contractor cuts
A high-tech time machine
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DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen signaled that her newly minted cybersecurity agency will shift its focus to a number of longer term initiatives around risk and supply chain.
Longstanding deficiencies in the Defense Department's tech portfolio emerged as a leading cause for the failure of the organization’s first completed audit report.
Steve Kelman's recent talk with feds reinforced his view that a $10,000 micropurchase limit opens up vast new acquisition possibilities.
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