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FCW : June 30, 2015
4 June 30, 2015 FCW.COM DEPARTMENTS 10 COMMENTARY What smart succession planning requires BY PAUL WILSON What cyber insurance can do for contractors BY JUSTIN CHIARODO AND PHILIP BESHARA 2 6 CIO PERSPECTIVE Improving the skills of your IT staff BY RICHARD A. SPIRES 4 1 FCW INDEX 42 BACK STORY Worth a thousand words Contents TRENDING 3 DEFENSE Untold lines of code make Pentagon weapons vulnerable FCW CALENDAR Where you need to be next 6 OVERSIGHT Acting IGs run the risk of being ‘more lapdog than watchdog,’ and DISA is redoing content delivery 7 PROCUREMENT OFPP issues guidance on reverse auctions. Plus, Editor’s Note: The final days for Rising Star nominations. 12 COVER STORY How it works To thrive in federal IT, you need to know more than technology 12 NASA: A good story well told 14 Better health care by way of open data 15 Google-style recruiting — even in government 16 What exactly is enterprise risk management? 17 The secret of Interior’s Instagram success 19 How US-CERT gets the word out 20 How EIS will address increasing telecom complexity 21 How online accessibility standards should get set 22 A short history of spectrum sharing 23 IFTTT:Your digital duct tape 24 Why ‘fog computing’ is key to the IoT 25 How derived credentials make real mobility work SPECIAL REPORT FROM WASHINGTON TECHNOLOGY How the biggest contractors have adapted Acquisitions, reorganizations and investments are everywhere as key companies prepare for a return to growth in federal IT Page 28 12 0630fcw_004.indd 4 6/10/15 12:11 PM
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