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FCW : December 2012
Editor'sNote It was another year of frozen salaries and no budgets, and until Nov. 6, there was a near-daily stream of stump speeches from politicians promising to slash spending further. And even now, with just days remaining in the year, there is no deal in sight to avert the across-the- board cuts that are universally seen as bad policy and that Congress and the president gave themselves 17 months to avoid. In this issue, we cast a quick glance backward but focus mainly on what to expect in the months to come. Camille Tuutti explains what lessons insiders are taking away from the year s most memorable cybersecurity developments. Brian Robinson nds that the BYOD trend is not quite as inevitable as many suggest. H.B. Hatter explores the opportunities that commercial 4G is beginning to make possible. In an excerpt from their new e-book, former FCC of cials Reed Hundt and Blair Levin make a case for federal technology as a catalyst for economic growth and better government. And in this issue s cover story, Richard E. Cohen, FCW s newest contributing writer and a longtime chronicler of Capitol Hill, pro les House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Darrell Issa. The California congressman has often brought an adversarial tone to his oversight of agency operations, but he is also a technophile who has big ideas --- and possibly bipartisan support --- for federal IT reform. The year was not all bad, of course. Headway was made on some initiatives, and countless agency executives continued to innovate despite budget questions and other obstacles. (Reminder: Make sure those individuals get the recognition they deserve. Nominate them for the Federal 100 by Dec. 21 at FCW.com/fed100.) On balance, however, we are looking forward to 2013. Even budget crises can be turned into opportunities, and at least there won t be any campaign ads. --- TROY K. SCHNEIDER firstname.lastname@example.org @troyschneider Looking ahead to what 2013 will bring As 2012 draws to a close, feds could be forgiven for breathing a sigh of relief and thinking, 'Good riddance!' December 2012 FCW.COM 5 FCW (ISSN 0893-052X) is published 21 times a year, two issues monthly except one issue in Jan, Feb and Dec by 1105 Media, Inc., 9201 Oakdale Avenue, Ste. 101, Chatsworth, CA 91311. Periodicals postage paid at Chatsworth, CA 91311-9998, and at additional mailing of ces. Complimentary subscriptions are sent to qualifying subscribers. Annual subscription rates payable in U.S. funds for non-quali ed subscribers are: U.S. $125.00, International $165.00. Annual digital subscription rates payable in U.S. funds for non-quali ed subscribers are: U.S. $125.00, International $125.00. Subscription inquiries, back issue requests, and address changes: Mail to: FCW, P.O. Box 2166, Skokie, IL 60076-7866, email FCWmag@1105service. com or call (866) 293-3194 for U.S. & Canada; (847) 763-9560 for International, fax (847) 763-9564. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to FCW, P.O. Box 2166, Skokie, IL 60076-7866. Canada Publications Mail Agreement No: 40612608. Return Undeliverable Canadian Addresses to Circulation Dept. or XPO Returns: P.O. Box 201, Richmond Hill, ON L4B 4R5, Canada. CHIEF CONTENT OFFICER EXECUTIVE EDITOR Anne Armstrong Troy K. Schneider PRINT MANAGING EDITOR ONLINE MANAGING EDITOR Terri J. Huck Michael Hardy SENIOR WRITER Matthew Weigelt STAFF WRITERS Amber Corrin, Frank Konkel, Camille Tuutti CONTRIBUTING WRITERS Richard E. Cohen, H.B. Hatter, Brian Robinson CREATIVE DIRECTOR Jeff Langkau ASSISTANT ART DIRECTOR Dragutin Cvijanovic SENIOR WEB DESIGNERS Biswarup Bhattacharjee, Martin Peace SOCIAL MEDIA MANAGING EDITOR Heather Kuldell DIGITAL MEDIA PRODUCT MANAGER William Winton EDITORIAL ASSISTANT Dana FitzGerald EDITORIAL INTERN Emily L. Cole PRESIDENT Anne Armstrong CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER Abraham M. Langer SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT/GROUP PUBLISHER Jennifer Weiss VICE PRESIDENT, MARKETING Carmel McDonagh PRESIDENT AND CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Neal Vitale SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT AND CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER Richard Vitale EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT Michael J. Valenti VICE PRESIDENT, FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION Christopher M. Coates VICE PRESIDENT, INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY& APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT Erik A. Lindgren VICE PRESIDENT, EVENT OPERATIONS David F. Myers CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD Jeffrey S. Klein HOW TO REACH THE STAFF You can reach sta members of 1105 Government Informa- tion Group. A list of sta members can be found online at www.fcw.com. E-mail: Sta members can be reached by using the naming convention of first initial followed by their last name @1105govinfo.com. Vienna O ce (weekdays, 8:30 a.m. -- 5:30 p.m. ET) (703) 876-5100; Fax (703) 876-5126 8609 Westwood Center Drive, Suite 500, Vienna, VA 22182-2215 Corporate O ce (weekdays, 8:30 a.m. -- 5:30 p.m. PT) (818) 814-5200; Fax (818) 734-1522 9201 Oakdale Avenue, Suite 101, Chatsworth, CA 91311
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