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FCW : March 15, 2015
4 March 15, 2015 FCW.COM DEPARTMENTS 11 COMMENTARY The right tool for the job BY DAVID WENNERGREN Exploring the next wave of IT cost cutting BY KRIS VAN RIPER AND AUDREY MICKAHAIL Legislation and the future of federal cybersecurity BY JOHN LAINHART AND DAN CHENOK 28 BOOKSHELF Drawing back the curtain on cyberwar BY SEAN LYNGAAS 3 0 DRILL DOWN How open source delivers for government BY STEPHEN FROST 3 2 CIO PERSPECTIVE GAO brings the hammer down on IT acquisition BY RICHARD A. SPIRES 33 FCW INDEX 34 BACK STORY High risk, by the numbers Contents TRENDING 3 CYBERSECURITY The new frontier for information sharing FCW CALENDAR Where you need to be next 7 INDUSTRY Obama gets an earful about acquisition, and the government pushes ahead on spectrum sharing 8 EDITOR’S NOTE When government is the innovator 9 INNOVATION Is government ready for agile? 10 MOBILE In search of a mobile app standard 14 DEFENSE Can the Pentagon keep pace on biometrics? The Defense Department has launched an improved version of its biometrics repository, but the system still lacks the latest technology BY SEAN LYNGAAS 20 HEALTH IT Consolidation, culture and one very big contract David Bowen, the Defense Health Agency’s director of health IT, has a seriously complex to-do list BY ADAM MAZMANIAN 24 EXEC TECH SEWP: An acquisition pioneer is still going strong Protests have delayed SEWP V, but industry experts say the contract vehicle offers agencies service and value that are hard to find BY MARK ROCKWELL 14 0315fcw_004.indd 4 2/25/15 9:22 AM
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