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FCW : February 2014
4 February 2014 FCW.COM DEPARTMENTS 6 EDITOR'S NOTE What I found in the Federal 100 12 COMMENTARY IT systems as a team sport BY BOB WOODS Cloud brokers: Stretching the bene ts beyond IT BY JENN ALLEN Managing the IT talent portfolio BY KRIS VAN RIPER AND DEREK BEKEBREDE Work: It's what you do, not where you do it BY TOM SIMMONS IT strategy for contractors in the era of budget cuts BY CARR PHILLIPS 29 EXEC TECH FedRAMP: Keeping up with changing cloud security standards BY MICHAEL HARDY 31 BOOKSHELF How big a deal is big data? BY FRANK KONKEL 33 FCW INDEX 34 BACK STORY About those bid protests... Contents TRENDING 3 CLOUD What happens after the FedRAMP deadline? 7 CYBERSECURITY What does NSA fallout mean for cyber? 8 MANAGEMENT Justice Department sues security clearance rm 9 PROCUREMENT Supply-chain rules could blindside vendors 10 CONGRESS Connolly, Eshoo propose new CTO-led IT of ce 20 20 HEALTH IT How VA is driving telemedicine The agency s scale, vision and customer base have put it on the leading edge. But that also means being the rst to face technical and operational challenges. BY ADAM MAZMANIAN 24 PROFILE A surprise turn in the spotlight Margie Graves has been a behind-the-scenes force at DHS since 2003. Last year, however, brought new visibility --- not all of it welcome. BY MARK ROCKWELL 27 DRILL DOWN DARPA broadens its agenda in 2014 The agency will draw on its history of innovation as it moves into new mission areas, including brain research. BY AMBER CORRIN
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