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FCW : December 2012
Contents DEPARTMENTS 5 EDITOR'S NOTE Looking ahead to what 2013 will bring 9 COMMENTARY The dangers of consultant speak BY BOB WOODS 5 steps to kick-start your mobility initiatives BY ERIC RIFE Collaboration's role in the new work environment BY KRIS VAN RIPER AND CHRISTOPHER CATTIE 26 EXEC TECH Wireless broadband: Is it secure enough for agencies? BY H.B. HATTER 30 BOOKSHELF Faster, cheaper, better government BY REED HUNDT AND BLAIR LEVIN 34 BACK STORY FDCCI so far TRENDING 3 TECHNOLOGY FDCCI savings are 'smoke and mirrors' FCW CALENDAR Where you need to be next 6 TECHNOLOGY GAO calls for better management of geospatial data. Plus, NOAA seeks public feedback on looming satellite issue. 8 CONGRESS Issa, Connolly tout IT reform bill COMMUNITY ACT-IAC honors government, industry leaders 14 FEATURE BYOD: Not so inevitable after all Employees might demand e-mail and Web access on their own devices, but agencies should think carefully when considering broader BYOD policies BY BRIAN ROBINSON 18 COVER STORY Darrell Issa: Friend or foe? The chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee has put countless agency leaders in the hot seat, but his efforts on IT reform re ect a solutions-oriented, bipartisan approach BY RICHARD E. COHEN 24 FEATURE The year in cybersecurity FCW asked a variety of experts how 2012 will be remembered in the history of cybersecurity --- and what those developments might mean for federal agencies in the years to come BY CAMILLE TUUTTI 4 December 2012 FCW.COM 18 COVER PHOTO BY AP IMAGES
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