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    Secret Service needs a CIO

    The Secret Service is looking to pay up to $183,300 to a candidate who can "transform" the way the agency uses technology. Read More

  • LinkedIn profile image: Bill Greenwalt

    SASC gets an old acquisition hand

    After stints at the Pentagon and AEI, William Greenwalt is returning to the Senate Armed Services Committee to focus on defense acquisition. Read More

  • Exit Sign

    Stempfley leaving DHS

    The deputy assistant secretary for cybersecurity and communications will join the Mitre Corp. in February. Read More

  • LinkedIn profile image: Peter Miller, FTC

    FTC's chief privacy officer heads for the private sector

    After 11 years of federal service, Peter Miller has joined a law firm to focus on consumer protections and data policies. Read More

  • LinkedIn profile image: Richard Young, CIO for USDA

    DHS IT compliance head moves to USDA

    Richard Young is the new CIO at the Foreign Agricultural Service. Read More

  • Lawrence Livermore National Laborator. (Image courtesy of www.llnl.gov)

    Lab's data center efforts lauded

    Lawrence Livermore National Lab's data center consolidation program won a Sustainability Award from the Energy Department. Read More

  • LinkedIn profile image for Phaedra Chrousos.

    Chrousos adds new role at GSA

    GSA Chief Customer Officer Phaedra Chrousos will stay in that job while also assuming the post of associate administrator for the Office of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies. Read More

  • John Klossner self portrait

    Ready... get set...

    FCW's cartoonist gets to the troublesome part about planning for the future. Read More

  • Telegram from Harpo Marx to JFK (Image from the National Archives)

    No more bids by telegram

    Administration memo pushing 21st century procurement also takes aim at a 19th century submission method. Read More

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    DOD announces 2014 CIO award winners

    The Defense Department honored four teams and individuals for their achievements in advancing government IT over the last year. Read More

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