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FEATURE


Program management falls short
Time, scope and cost are no longer the only factors shaping the outcome of government programs.






THE WEEK


Buzz of the Week: The cost of micromanagement
 

Policy News


GAO: SBInet technology management falls short

Airlines await Secure Flight


Bill would warn agencies about changing pay systems


Management News


DOD bill would raise profile of chief management officers

Two join EA Hall of Fame



FCW FORUM


Editorial: The search mandate

OpEd: How to think like a sports GM




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ACQUISITION



Checking on contractors’ work
Congress tries to add info to databases to keep tabs on how contractors perform, but questions linger.











POLICY

OMB encourages Networx use
Contract remains optional, but strong incentives will elevate its appeal.


TECHNOLOGY 


Getting on the same page
Web-based mashups give agencies a new tool for connecting scattered data and applications.



POINTERS: RECOMMENDED READING

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


Security spending on the rise


The sociology of social networking


The business of Twitter


Should a tech manager be IT savvy?





Featured

  • Workforce
    Avril Haines testifies SSCI Jan. 19, 2021

    Haines looks to restore IC workforce morale

    If confirmed, Avril Haines says that one of her top priorities as the Director of National Intelligence will be "institutional" issues, like renewing public trust in the intelligence community and improving workforce morale.

  • Defense
    laptop cloud concept (Andrey Suslov/Shutterstock.com)

    Telework, BYOD and DEOS

    Telework made the idea of bringing your own device a top priority as the Defense Information Systems Agency begins transitioning to a permanent version of the commercial virtual remote environment.

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