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Inside the protection business
EMC’s Shannon Kellogg paints a sobering picture of growing online threats and overburdened security officials.





         



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Unlocking the national cybersecurity initiative
The Bush administration slowly reveals its cybersecurity initiative — and its impact on federal IT.






 


THE WEEK


Buzz of the Week: Security on the mind



FCW Caption Contest winner announced



Policy News


FISMA 2.0 bill will strengthen cybersecurity, experts say

Cybersecurity initiative seen as good first step


Acquisition News


Acquisition needs more than contracting officers, officials say

Army touts speedy tech development at conference


Management News

DHS plans new TWIC rule



FCW FORUM


Editorial: What to do with the CMO

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Breul: CMO idea could stick around




 



     





MANAGEMENT

Management in transition
OMB, GAO wanted to ensure the new administration is on top of management issues.



POLICY

DOD tests contractors’ ID cards

The pilot program’s future could hinge on the question of who conducts background checks.

 




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Field surveys landscape as chief
Lesley field approaches her job of OFPP administrator like a skier on a sea of ice.





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


20 ideas worth stealing


How to find poor performers


California train crash: The online database


A grave turn for Web 2.0




Featured

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    COVID, black swans and gray rhinos

    Steven Kelman suggests we should spend more time planning for the known risks on the horizon.

  • IT Modernization
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    Pro-bono technologists look to help cash-strapped states struggling with legacy systems

    As COVID-19 exposed vulnerabilities in state and local government IT systems, the newly formed U.S. Digital Response stepped in to help.

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