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FCW : March 30, 2014
March 30, 2014 FCW.COM 3 There were the now-familiar bud- get pressures and political dys- functions, of course. The very real threat of full-blown government shutdowns that were predicted in 2012 became a reality in 2013. Yet, although the past few years had seen tech persevere in the face of political leaders' failures, 2013 was the year that technology itself seemed challenged. After all, the two biggest federal tech stories of 2013 were Health- Care.gov and the National Secu- rity Agency programs revealed by Edward Snowden. Neither was exactly a shining example of the great things this community makes possible. Our judges for this year's Federal 100 spent hours debating this point, particularly with regard to HealthCare.gov. There were undoubtedly individuals who went to heroic lengths to save the Affordable Care Act website in the nal months of 2013, and several nominations among this year's hundreds were for those who ei- ther worked on the rescue efforts or were responsible for elements that performed as promised. But Federal 100s are given for great accomplishments in 2013, and the judges concluded that even the most ardent Obamacare sup- porters would be hard-pressed to describe HealthCare.gov as a success by year's end. As one judge predicted, "there FEDERAL 100 2,500 AND COUNTING... This is the 25th year of the Federal 100 awards --- our silver anniversary, if you will. Yet, although this year's winners are as impressive as ever, federal IT in 2013 found itself a bit... tarnished.
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