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FCW : April 15, 2015
4 April 15, 2015 FCW.COM DEPARTMENTS 10 COMMENTARY The private sector’s role in cyber defense BY SEAN DOHERTY Building more agile project management offices BY KRIS VAN RIPER AND LULIO VARGAS-COHEN Test your IT portfolio IQ BY CHRIS STEEL 25 DRILL DOWN 5 steps to truly client-centric metrics BY KEVIN C. DESOUZA AND ALISON SUTHERLAND 2 8 EXEC TECH Can the Army build on ITES-2S’ momentum? BY SEAN LYNGAAS 33 FCW INDEX 34 BACK STORY How do you fire a fed? Very, very slowly. Contents TRENDING 3 MANAGEMENT New NGA CIO ‘bullish’ on IT deployment FCW CALENDAR Where you need to be next 7 PROCUREMENT SEWP V is live (sort of), and OMB’s Donovan tells Congress that Data Act implementation isn’t free 8 RECORDS A silver lining to the Clinton email kerfuffle? And Editor’s Note: Looking for future leaders. 9 WORKFORCE CBO struggles to count contractors, and an FCW Insider news roundup 16 MANAGEMENT Putting a premium on program management The challenges of keeping enterprise-level IT projects on track are nothing new, but forces are aligning to put new emphasis on doing PM right BY MARK ROCKWELL 23 CYBERSECURITY Meet the Air Force’s future cyber force FCW visited the Air Force Academy outside Colorado Springs, where a team of 20 young cyber cadets is racking up medals and experience prized by Pentagon leaders BY SEAN LYNGAAS 31 FIRST PERSON Sonny Hashmi: The exit interview GSA’s departing CIO talks about advice for new hires, key cloud takeaways and areas still in need of improvement 31 0415fcw_004.indd 4 3/25/15 9:29 AM
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