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FCW : January 2015
Contents TRENDING NOVAT ION The measure of all things W CAL ENDAR Where you need to be next ORKFORCE FBI wants cyber sleuths with some muscle. Plus, Editor’s Note: Why we focused on women in IT. IVACY Unsecured Web page put 7,000 vets’ info at risk for years DEPARTMENTS MMENTARY Closing the gender ap in federal IT JEAN MARTIN AND KRIS VAN RIPER 14 14 22 WOMEN IN IT ‘You just move that rock a little at a time’ Women from a wide range of federal roles discuss what it really takes to lead in IT BY COLBY HOCHMUTH FIRST PERSON Marina Martin: Building a new digital service at VA The Department of Veterans Affairs’ chief technology officer talks about overhauling the digital experience for VA customers BY ADAM MAZMANIAN Burning down the legacy SOC AUL NGUYEN How to launch a successful API initiative BY SUBRA KUMARASWAMY 26 CIO PERSPECT IVE A new model for program management BY RICHARD A. SPIRES AND THOMAS R. RAGLAND 28 ACQUISI T ION MAT T ERS The key to successfully sharing IT services BY KYMM McCABE AND ANNE LAURENT 31 DRILL DOWN Make open data actually work BY CHRISTINE CARMICHAEL 33 FCW INDEX 34 BACK STORY Progress, but not yet parity 4 January 2015 FCW.COM
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