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FCW : April 30, 2013
social media services now have GSA-approved terms of service for agency use 65 12 April 30, 2013 FCW.COM Trending Roger Baker joins Agilex Former Department of Veterans Affairs CIO Roger Baker, who left the agency in March after four years of service, has taken his IT talents to the private sector. On April 1, Baker stepped into the newly created position of chief strategy of cer at Agilex, a Virginia- based provider of mobility, analytics and other technology solutions to the federal government. His hir- ing signals the company s intent to build its brand from a modestly sized 500-person company into a $1 billion organization in the next decade, said Agilex Vice Chairman Jay Nussbaum. "As one of the most respected and transformative CIOs in government history, Roger rede ned technology s role in the federal sector, " Nussbaum said. "He will build upon his numer- ous accomplishments while advanc- ing Agilex s position as our clients most trusted and valuable partner. " Under the Obama administra- tion s ethics guidelines, Baker cannot deal directly with VA for at least two years. Baker said he chose the customer- centric company from a long list of potential suitors because both par- ties share a vision for better govern- ment. Agilex, he said, puts the long- term results of its federal customers before short-term pro ts with the expectation that pro ts will follow results --- a business model that he feels will not only survive but also thrive in a sector stressed by budget woes. --- Frank Konkel VA chief of staff resigns John Gingrich, chief of staff at the Department of Veterans Affairs, left the agency at the end of March after decades in public service. Gingrich was named chief of staff in 2009, after serving as president of consulting rm Strategic LINX. Before his private-sector career, Gingrich was director of strategic communications initiatives in the Army s Of ce of the Chief of Staff from 2000 to 2003. His government career has not been without controversy. In Octo- ber 2012, lawmakers called for his removal after an inspector general report highlighted VA s over-the-top conference spending. The depart- ment spent about $6 million for two conferences in 2011, after Gingrich green-lighted an $8 million budget for three events. In a statement to the IG, Gingrich admitted he had made mistakes. "I should have made sure the confer- ences were executed better.... And I take the full responsibility, " he wrote. "And I should have asked, probably, harder questions than I did. " --- FCW Staff Linda Cureton creates new company After Linda Cureton con- cluded her tenure as NASA s CIO in early April, she wasted little time forging her next mission as CEO of a new IT consulting company called Muse Technologies. The company will provide IT consulting, strategy planning, and FCW INSIDER John Gingrich
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