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FCW : July 30, 2015
DEPARTMENTS 12 COMMENTARY Finding security in the cloud BY PETE NICOLETTI NS2020 EIS: Another step forward for GSA BY BOB WOODS U.S. must do more to protect privacy BY JULIE M. ANDERSON 2 4 EXEC TECH An explainer on containers BY WILL KELLY 2 6 BOOKSHELF Cracking the code on past performance BY MARK ROCKWELL 3 3 FCW INDEX 34 BACK STORY What primes say about subs Contents TRENDING 4 CYBERSECURITY A successful cyber sprint, with a questionable finish line FCW CALENDAR Where you need to be next 8 INDUSTRY Pentagon’s Silicon Valley unit gets $1.75M for fiscal 2015 9 POLICY Justice Department seeks new authorities to fight cybercrime 10 SPECTRUM Obama administration is nearly halfway to its spectrum goal, and Halvorsen emphasizes ‘secure enough’ mobility 11 MANAGEMENT State got high marks for managing records under Clinton, and lawmakers propose taking the clearance system away from OPM 16 TECHNOLOGY Buy or build? It’s a timeless question — and the answer might not be as clear-cut as agencies think BY BRIAN ROBINSON 20 INNOVATION How one company is embracing agile CivicActions offers an inside look at how it is using agile development to respond to 18F’s RFQ BY ZACH NOBLE 22 DEFENSE Terry Halvorsen’s Silicon Valley trip shakes up JRSS Peeks at new tech convince the Pentagon’s CIO to ask for things once thought impossible BY SEAN LYNGAAS 30 DRILL DOWN A better path to fair and reasonable pricing The Commercial Sales Practices approach sets a trap that can snare even diligent contractors. Government and industry both deserve a smarter solution. BY MICHAEL GARLAND 22 July 30, 2015 FCW.COM 5 0730fcw_005.indd 5 7/15/15 11:25 AM
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