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chartPaul Light’s government score card
Federal Computer Week talks with government scholar Paul Light about IT, the workforce and Alexander Hamilton.


Paul Light scores the Bush reform agenda


A new management agenda




THE WEEK

Buzz of the Week: Procurement deja vu




Policy News


Privacy Act II





Acquisition News


Poised to lead GSA, Williams answers


Senate panel set to vote on Williams this week




Management News


Pay for performance helps agencies win talent




Technology News


CIO Council looks to future of IPv6



FCW FORUM


Editorial: Presidential transform


Kelman: The impact of pay disparities



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Obama, McCain: The same coin?
Shared priorities, unavoidable realities bring candidates together on some issues.




ACQUISITION


SBA faulted on set-aside
GAO says ‘faith-based’ reporting can lead to mis-reported small biz contracts, costing millions.




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Web 2.0 panel weighs in on risks
FCW assembles a team of experts to address readers’ concerns.


Web 2.0 panel: Don't get stuck thinking about 'machinery'



POINTERS: RECOMMENDED READING

FCW points you in the direction of interesting blogs and Web sites that deal with all things information technology.



EPA wants to make you a star

To infinity and beyond

The urgency of telework

An uncommon view of common sense




Featured

  • Workforce
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    White House rolls out DEIA strategy

    On Tuesday, the Biden administration issued agencies a roadmap to guide their efforts to develop strategic plans for diversity, equity, inclusion and accessibility (DEIA), as required under a as required under a June executive order.

  • Defense
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    Why DOD is so bad at buying software

    The Defense Department wants to acquire emerging technology faster and more efficiently. But will its latest attempts to streamline its processes be enough?

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