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FCW : November 15, 2012
DEPARTMENTS 6 EDITOR'S NOTE Help us identify the next Federal 100 12 COMMENTARY Contracting professionals need far more than FAR BY STEVE KELMAN Acquisition: Bridging the communication gaps BY ANNE REED, DAN GORDON AND AL BURMAN Does your search engine stink? Here's why. BY KAMRAN KHAN 28 EXEC TECH Analytics: What's on your dashboard? BY TROY K. SCHNEIDER 31 BOOKSHELF Countering a culture of complacency BY AMBER CORRIN 34 BACK STORY The Budget Control Act Contents 11.15 .12 TRENDING 3 ACQUISITION GSA puts top executives in charge of SAM FCW CALENDAR Where you need to be next 8 SECURITY Napolitano vows to act on cybersecurity POLICY BYOD ASAP? Not so fast. 10 PEOPLE Federal leaders honored as 'chief change-makers' CONGRESS The lame-duck session: A viewer's guide 11 MANAGEMENT Make room in the C-suite WORKFORCE Agencies place high on list of appealing tech employers 16 FEATURE Managing big data More agencies are beginning to put their petabytes to work, but the most visible success stories are still localized efforts BY CARL FRANZEN 24 PROFILE GSA's Mark Day: Helping agencies boost savings and ef ciency The General Services Administration's director of strategic programs has an important role to play in tackling contracting challenges BY MATTHEW WEIGELT 31 4 November 15, 2012 FCW.COM
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