The new door openers
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feasibility for providing improved building access security
It's hand-holding time
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Federal Computer Week checked in with 25 agencies to see how they are implementing
Homeland Security Presidential Directive 12
EVM: A dash of cold water
Social Security Administration officials found that earned value management data is valuable only if it’s widely shared — so they publish EVM data on the agency’s intranet
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Windows configs late, but coming
Delays could mean agencies won’t have secure baseline installed until early 2008
GSA: We’ll change to black
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Kelman: Creating value and trust
New curriculum empowers leaders
IRM College prepares leaders for roles in transforming their organizations
A new take on crowd control
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FEC gives bounce to fundraising data
8(a) small businesses take a tumble
GSA enforces STARS contract by dropping 197 companies that failed to meet sales target
OPM restarts its financial migration
Fervor over formats cools for now
Massachusetts says yes to at least two nonproprietary document formats
COIs: Too much of a good thing?
E-discovery, e-gov’s latest flavor
Government’s black hole
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