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FCW : November 30, 2013
November 30, 2013 FCW.COM 11 NSA employees and contractors might have given Edward Snowden their login credentials, Reuters reported. 20-25 The new TS IT rack with snap-in technology. Quick and easy to install. www.rittal.us/makeITeasy the rm's federal business. She now leads AT&T Government Solutions, making this the second time she has hired Smith. --- Michael Hardy Elizabeth McGrath to retire from DOD Elizabeth McGrath will be stepping down from her position as deputy chief management of cer at the Defense Department, according to Pentagon sources. A spokesman said he could not con rm or deny that McGrath is retiring, but sources speaking on back- ground said she informed colleagues of her impend- ing departure during a Nov. 4 staff meeting. When asked about her plans during an interview with FCW in September, McGrath said, "I have no de nitive plans to leave the of ce... but I've been at DOD for 25 years. At some point, I'll have to leave. " McGrath is the Pentagon's rst DCMO. During her three years in the role, she has focused on reforming DOD's nancial management, busi- ness operations and enterprisewide systems. Prior to her current role, she served as deputy director for systems integration at the Defense Finance and Accounting Service. --- Amber Corrin Air Force gets new acquisition chief William LaPlante Jr. is President Barack Obama's pick to be assistant secretary of the Air Force for acquisition. LaPlante has spent his career in both the public and private sectors, and has served on a number of advisory boards, including the Defense Science Board, U.S. Strategic Command Senior Advisory Group and Naval Research Advisory Committee. Prior to joining the Defense Depart- ment this year, he was employed at defense contractor MITRE Corp. He currently serves as the principal deputy for the assistant secretary for acquisition. --- Amber Corrin TechAmerica lobbying team bolts for ITI TechAmerica's most senior public pro- curement lobbyists --- Trey Hodgkins, Erica McCann, Pam Walker and Carol Henton --- have moved to the Informa- tion Technology Industry Council's new IT Alliance for Public Sector (ITAPS), where they will focus on technology procurement and regulatory issues at the federal, state and local levels. "ITI's mission is to be a global advo- cacy organization with impact, in u- ence, and power commensurate with the dynamism and innovativeness of the tech sector, " said ITI President and CEO Dean Gar eld. "With ITAPS, the organization is now positioned to enable governments to wisely set tech policy" and improve how they buy and use technology to deliver pro- grams and services. The lobbying team's departure from TechAmerica would seem to leave that organization at a crossroads. The Huff- ington Post recently reported that the group has lost more than 75 clients since July, including some of the infor- mation industry's biggest names. --- Mark Rockwell Elizabeth McGrath
November 15, 2013