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FCW : November 30, 2013
6 November 30, 2013 FCW.COM DEPARTMENTS 7 EDITOR'S NOTE Federal 100 nominations close Dec. 23 12 COMMENTARY The scary truth about modernization BY JON DITTMER Addressing 'second- generation' gender bias BY CATHERINE HOWARD Better contracting through multisourcing BY FERN WARD 28 BOOKSHELF Extroverts, introverts and GSA's new of ce BY REID DAVENPORT 30 EXEC TECH Social media:The next generation of archiving BY JOHN MOORE 33 FCW INDEX 34 BACK STORY A PortfolioStat progress report Contents TRENDING 3 HEALTH IT 10 HealthCare.gov bugs you might have missed FCW CALENDAR Where you need to be next 8 CLOUD IBM passes FedRAMP muster SECURITY Hagel to target cyber in quadrennial review 9 BUDGET Tallying the cost of the shutdown 10 COMMUNITY FCW Insider news roundup 16 REFORM Can the procurement system be saved? The problems with large federal IT projects are deep, broad and mostly immune to quick xes. So what s to be done? BY MARK ROCKWELL, FRANK KONKEL, ADAM MAZMANIAN, REID DAVENPORT AND AMBER CORRIN 16 26 CIO PERSPECTIVE IT infrastructure: The 4 big obstacles and 6 ways to x them If CIOs can drive ve tactical changes --- and then get the leadership support to do so --- federal IT could be transformed by 2018 BY RICHARD A. SPIRES
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