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Where is Hank Philcox?

So FCW is working on one of what we are calling never-ending stories. The first one was in the first issue of the year and focused on telecommunications.

For the next issue, we are looking at IRS modernization, definitely a never-ending story and we've been talking to a number of former IRS CIOs. Hank Philcox, of course, was the IRS's first CIO.

So, we're tapping into the power of networks -- does anybody know where he is these days? Does anybody know? We've tried the whole Google approach, but... if you know anything, let me know at cdorobek at fcw.com.

Posted by Christopher Dorobek on Apr 03, 2007 at 12:16 PM


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