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FCW : July 30, 2013
4 July 30, 2013 FCW.COM DEPARTMENTS 5 EDITOR'S NOTE Don't look now, but here comes scal 2014 12 COMMENTARY The likely decline of the CIO BY BOB WOODS Why the two-man rule is only the beginning BY ERIC CHIU 27 EXEC TECH Mobile usability:Targeting the tool to the audience BY JOHN MOORE 30 FIRST PERSON Top 10 virtualization killers BY DAVE GWYN 32 CASE STUDY Data visualization with a purpose BY REID DAVENPORT 34 BACK STORY NSA by the numbers Contents 14 MANAGEMENT Making room for innovation How agencies can retool their of ces to cut real-estate costs and improve collaboration BY KATHERINE REYNOLDS LEWIS 19 PROFILE Mark Warner: Pushing for performance In a sharply divided Congress, the Senate's management guru gains ground in his nonpartisan approach to the government's scal and performance challenges BY RICHARD E. COHEN 24 INDUSTRY Deconstructing the contractor compensation debate Federal of cials, lawmakers and industry leaders are at odds over whether and where to cap government reimbursement of executive compensation BY MARK ROCKWELL TRENDING 3 CONGRESS 2014 budget: A season of gridlock FCW CALENDAR Where you need to be next 6 DEFENSE Hagel warns senators of 2014 budget dangers 7 STRATEGY FEMA builds social media into disaster response 8 PROCUREMENT DOE's data center deal is still at an impasse, and GSA launches a reverse- auction platform 9 POLICY Army moves to streamline commercial IT purchases, and the NGEN contract re ects some risky choices 10 CONGRESS China-sourcing rules for IT reappear in appropriations ZAID HAMID 19
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