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FCW : December 2013
4 December 2013 FCW.COM DEPARTMENTS 6 EDITOR'S NOTE Why management matters 12 COMMENTARY Boosting IT employee engagement BY KRIS VAN RIPER AND SIG LIBOWITZ Financial management and freedom of choice BY MIKE HETTINGER Go open to transform legacy systems BY ADAM FIRESTONE 24 FIRST PERSON NFFE president opines on shutdowns, IT hiring 28 EXEC TECH Agencies eye the possibilities of SDN BY JOHN MOORE 31 DRILL DOWN Converging physical and cybersecurity BY VIC BERGER 33 FCW INDEX 34 BACK STORY We're No. 2! Contents TRENDING 3 TECHNOLOGY Has open source of cially taken off at DOD? 7 CYBERSECURITY DHS puts risk management system in place 8 CONGRESS A roundup of news from Capitol Hill 9 POLICY New guidelines issued for building cyber into critical infrastructure 10 OVERSIGHT GAO tells NASA to re ect IT investments in its enterprise architecture 20 16 MANAGEMENT Secrets of great teams At USDA, a handful of IT leaders built a FedRAMP-certi ed cloud service --- ahead of schedule and under budget. Here s how they did it. BY ADAM MAZMANIAN 20 CASE STUDY Can NOAA ll the gap? A once-troubled satellite program is back on track, but the risk of losing months of critical weather data remains BY FRANK KONKEL 26 CIO PERSPECTIVE IT management: It is time for legislative reform Although legislation alone will not x federal IT management, there are fundamental problems that only a new statute can address BY RICHARD A. SPIRES
November 30, 2013