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  • revolving door

    DOE to get new CIO

    Michael Johnson will move to the Energy Department from the Office of Science and Technology Policy. Read More

  • John Klossner self portrait

    Kinder, gentler... sort of

    FCW's cartoonist comments on Congress' new IT overseers. Read More

  • Image of the Pentagon

    Levine tapped for DCMO

    President Barack Obama has nominated the longtime Senate staffer as the Pentagon's new deputy chief management officer. Read More

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  • Michael Hettinger

    Hettinger hangs out a shingle

    The former Hill staffer and tech association executive has launched Hettinger Strategy Group. Read More

  • Dan Tangherlini

    Tangherlini lands in real estate investment

    The former GSA head was named chief operating officer at Artemis Real Estate Partners in Chevy Chase. Read More

  • LinkedIn profile image: Richard Young, CIO for USDA

    More business, less policy

    Richard Young finds the smaller Foreign Agricultural Service a more IT-intensive post than his old job at DHS. Read More

  • Shutterstock image: executive handshake.

    Rich Beutel helps CSPs navigate government regs

    A driving force behind FITARA, the former Hill staffer has opened his own consulting firm. Read More

  • help wanted ad

    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

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  • 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

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