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FCW : November 15, 2013
4 November 15, 2013 FCW.COM DEPARTMENTS 6 EDITOR'S NOTE After HealthCare.gov, 5 questions worth asking 10 COMMENTARY Want real innovation? Don t start from scratch! BY ANDREW ROBINSON The need for strategic IT workforce planning BY KRIS VAN RIPER AND BENJAMIN KNOPF A world without competition BY LISA KAZOR 26 CIO PERSPECTIVE Starting with IT infrastructure BY RICHARD A. SPIRES 29 EXEC TECH Managing SLAs: Software tools are starting to catch on BY JOHN MOORE 33 FCW INDEX 34 BACK STORY Test your knowledge of HealthCare.gov! Contents TRENDING 3 IT MANAGEMENT Is Jeh Johnson ready for DHS tech challenges? FCW CALENDAR Where you need to be next 7 INDUSTRY Contractors warn against another government shutdown CONGRESS Is the tax- ling delay tied to HealthCare.gov problems? 8 MANAGEMENT A 'reality check for innovation fellows CYBERSECURITY NIST draft cyber framework spotlights workforce woes 16 16 HEALTH IT Did it have to be this hard? HealthCare.gov launched amid unprecedented political pressures --- and it cracked. What went wrong, and what can be done better next time? BY ADAM MAZMANIAN HealthCare.gov needs less tech, more jugaad Srikanth Nadhamuni and Raj Mashruwala have some ideas to improve HealthCare.gov, based on their work on a similarly complex system in India BY MARK ROCKWELL How to x HealthCare.gov A former Presidential Innovation Fellow argues that it will take more than a surge of tech experts to cure what ails the health insurance exchange portal BY CLAY JOHNSON 19 21
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