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OMB scores high on EA Even some of OMB's frequent critics say the House agency has been an effective advocate of enterprise architecture
The new public-safety language The National Information Exchange Model provides a rallying point for government and industry to coordinate homeland security efforts
Up close and impersonal Encrypted indexing techniques let security agencies exchange information more freely without sacrificing personal privacy
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CIO University refills the pipeline
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