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12 September 15, 2013 FCW.COM Join the conversation FCW usesTwitter to break news, eld questions and ask our own. Learn more at FCW.com/followFCWnow. Deadlines ahead, on 11/1/2013 RT @dfletcher: RT @FCWnow: Agencies get how-to on #opendata compliance http://ow.ly/2zdMjd 4:29PM-19Aug13 Alex Howard @digiphile Reply Retweet Favorite Trending of productivity per employee could be gained annually if agencies offered seamless remote connectivity, a MeriTalk study claims 364 hrs Ellis Burgoyne Postal Service CIO to retire Ellis Burgoyne will retire as CIO at the U.S. Postal Service in early October. He began his 35-year USPS career as a letter carrier and served in a wide range of roles before becoming CIO and execu- tive vice president in 2011. Accord- ing to a USPS of cial, Burgoyne was the only internal candidate to hold the CIO position. --- Frank Konkel GSA shuf es personnel Kevin Youel Page, who had been deputy assis- tant commissioner of the Gen- eral Services Administration's Integrated Technology Services, is now acting assistant commis- sioner of the Integrated Award Environment. Mark Day, director of the Of ce of Strategic Programs, is taking over Page's previous duties in an acting capacity. --- Mark Rockwell DOD, DHS ll cyber posts Daniel Prieto, vice president of IBM's Public Sector Strategy and Innovation consulting practice, has been named director of cyber- security and technology at the Defense Department. In addition, Phyllis Schneck, vice president and chief technol- ogy of cer for McAfee's Global Public Sector, has been appointed deputy undersecretary of cyberse- curity at the Department of Home- land Security. --- FCW Staff Wennergren joins CACI Less than two weeks after retiring from the Defense Department in August, David Wennergren has become vice president of opportunity management and cus- tomer delivery practices in CACI International's Enterprise Technolo- gies and Services business group. Wennergren will be working with former colleague Dan Porter, who is an executive vice presi- dent in the same CACI group. The two met when Porter was running logistics operations at the Navy Department. When Porter became CIO, he picked Wennergren as his deputy. Wennergren took over as CIO when Porter retired. --- Nick Wakeman FCW INSIDER The Interior Department is making a big push to the cloud as part of its IT Transformation initiative by awarding a set of 10 inde nite-delivery, inde - nite-quantity contracts that could be worth as much as $10 billion over the next decade. The Foundation Cloud Hosting Services contract selected a verita- ble who's who of IT and cloud pro- viders after a lengthy process that was delayed by a bid protest that was ultimately dismissed. The 10 contract awardees are Aquilent, AT&T, Auto- nomic Resources, IBM, CGI, GTRI, Lockheed Martin, Smartronix, Unisys and Verizon. "Individual projects will be awarded via task orders, one for each project, following a one-off competition for the project between the 10 selected vendors," wrote Andrew Jackson, dep- uty assistant secretary for technology, information and business services at Interior, in a post on the department's blog. "All of the vendors have gone through an extensive process to gain their position as a contractor for this project," he added. "By doing it this way, Interior hopes to ensure the most competitive prices throughout the life of the contract." The rst task order was issued to Unisys for $44 million to move Inte- rior's nancial and business manage- ment system to the cloud. The con- tract also covers virtual machines, storage, database hosting, secure le transfers, Web hosting, and develop- ment and test environments. The contract can also accept requests for quotes and task orders on behalf of civilian agencies and the Defense Department. --- Frank Konkel Interior makes big moves to the cloud
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