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Be a great boss
Most organizations, especially federal agencies, suffer from undermanagement

Videoconferencing is a comeback hit
5 reasons why videoconferencing gear is finally winning over critics


NEWS

Buzz of the Week

GSA jump-starts HSPD-12
Retooled Managed Services Office to begin issuing cards under new contract by July

Doan endures political firestorm

Theft task force: Stop SSN use

Circuit


COMMENT

Editorial: What are the issues?

Focus on the mission

The telework dance


MANAGEMENT

Mentoring helps SSA become a better place
On the best places to work list, SSA ranked 21st last year, this year, it jumped to 7th

How low can morale go at DHS?


TECHNOLOGY

Weak spots in the fortress
Vulnerabilities in Web-based software put agencies and citizens at risk


PROCUREMENT

Justice joins fraud lawsuit
Whistle-blower suit alleges that IT vendors submitted false invoices to the government

GSA fights to regain market share

Feds stay competitive

POLICY

Evans: Standards are us
OMB says standard configurations will bring savings and greater security

DOD programs face day of reckoning

Port security measures delayed — again


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A few minutes with…Adam Tuss and Caroline Baker


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