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FCW : January 2014
4 January 2014 FCW.COM DEPARTMENTS 6 EDITOR'S NOTE Federal IT's Fosbury Flop 10 COMMENTARY A different diagnosis for HealthCare.gov BY ALAN BALUTIS Take the pledge: 'I will care about management' BY STEVE KELMAN New Year's resolutions for federal CIOs BY ANTHONY ROBBINS 22 CIO PERSPECTIVE IT infrastructure: How the cloud can increase ef ciency BY RICHARD A. SPIRES 24 EXEC TECH Encryption challenges move to the cloud BY JOHN MOORE 26 BOOKSHELF It is time for leaders to step up or step aside BY JACK LONDON 30 DRILL DOWN How to choose an open-source vendor BY BRIAN PAGET 33 FCW INDEX 34 BACK STORY 2014 predictions BY JOHN KLOSSNER Contents TRENDING 3 CAPITOL HILL Congress' IT agenda teed up for 2014 FCW CALENDAR Where you need to be next 7 COMMUNITY FCW Insider news roundup 8 PROCUREMENT White House considers IT overhaul, and GAO says the transition to Networx could have been smoother 14 14 2014 OUTLOOK How cybersecurity will evolve To meet an ever-changing threat, the United States needs to fundamentally shift the cybersecurity equation BY AMBER CORRIN Plus: Experts offer 2014 predictions on cloud, collaboration, shared services, privacy, procurement and the Obama administration's management agenda. 20 PROFILE Randy Forbes: Leading the ght for more military funding Virginia Republican Randy Forbes argues that the Pentagon has absorbed far more than its share of budget cuts. But will his congressional colleagues listen? BY RICHARD E. COHEN GOING TO SOLVE INFRASTRUCTURE, "WE'RE RAISING THE BAR ALL OF OUR PROBLEMS." FOR OUR CRITICAL BUT THIS IS NOT