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FCW : April 30, 2013
April 30, 2013 FCW.COM 13 program management to public- and private-sector organizations, Cureton said. It will focus on "the entire life cycle of transformation, " she added, from leadership development, facilitating the creation of emergent strategies and the programmatic oversight of transformation projects. It will help customers use innova- tion to affect business and mission outcomes. Muse Technologies will be anchored by three other corporate of cers, including Cureton s hus- band, Doug. --- Frank Konkel NASA names acting CIO Richard Keegan, NASA s associate deputy adminis- trator, will step in as acting CIO following Linda Cure- ton s retirement. Keegan began his federal service in 1980. He worked at the Energy Department and NASA s Goddard Space Flight Center before moving to NASA headquarters in 2002. He was appointed associate deputy adminis- trator in 2010 after serving as deputy associate administrator of the agen- cy s Mission Support Directorate. --- Frank Konkel OMB issues furlough notices Several of the 11 of ces in the Execu- tive Of ce of the President have sent furlough notices to employees. Recipients include 480 employees of the Of ce of Management and Budget, according to White House spokesman Jay Carney. At a press brie ng on April 1, Carney said EOP "has managed our personnel costs in a variety of ways, including hiring slowdowns and delayed back lling of open positions. And as the impact of the sequester progresses, furloughs and pay cuts remain possibilities --- or additional furloughs, as well as pay cuts, remain possi- bilities for additional White House employees. " --- FCW Staff USGIF's Stu Shea steps down as CEO Stu Shea has stepped down as CEO of the U.S. Geospatial Intelligence Foundation, the nonpro t organi- zation he founded nearly 10 years ago. He will remain chairman of the board. The board appointed USGIF Presi- dent Keith Masback to replace Shea as CEO and named Aimee McGrana- han, USGIF s vice president of opera- tions, to the newly created position of chief operating of cer. According to USGIF, the founda- tion s leadership has evolved to the point that the organization no longer needs both a CEO and president. Masback joined USGIF in 2008 after more than 20 years of military and government service. Previ- ously, he was a senior executive at the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency. McGranahan, who has been with USGIF since its founding in 2004, oversees the foundation s day-to-day business. Prior to joining USGIF, she worked as a project man- ager at Northrop Grumman. --- Frank Konkel The new TS IT rack with snap-in technology. Quick and easy to install. www.rittal.us/makeITeasy Richard Keegan of DOD s contract spending went to non-competitive awards in scal 2012, GAO said 33%
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