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FCW : April 15, 2014
6 April 15, 2014 FCW.COM DEPARTMENTS 7 EDITOR'S NOTE The ABCs of 18F 12 COMMENTARY Obama's management agenda stays the course BY ALAN P. BALUTIS Identifying and managing troubled projects BY BRIAN GAGNON AND BENJAMIN KNOPF Involving the C-suite in risk management BY JOHN LAINHART AND DAN CHENOK Why too many technology solutions fall short BY BRETT T. WILLIAMS 30 EXEC TECH NFV:Turning network activities into software BY JOHN MOORE 33 FCW INDEX 34 BACK STORY The big-ticket IT items in scal 2015 Contents TRENDING 3 INNOVATION GSA launches 'digital incubator' FCW CALENDAR Where you need to be next 8 SECURITY White House urges changes to clearance rules 9 PEOPLE Anne Rung leaves GSA for OFPP, and Frank Reeder is recognized for his role in launching the Federal 100 10 INDUSTRY McKinsey to help IRS comply with health care law, and rethinking the president's daily intelligence brief 11 CYBERSECURITY In search of buy-in for continuous monitoring 20 PROFILE Can Barbara Mikulski x the appropriations process? The Senate Appropriations chairwoman --- whose state is home to more than 100,000 federal employees --- could be agencies best hope for a return to regular order BY RICHARD E. COHEN 28 CIO PERSPECTIVE Program management: The people factor Other fundamentals matter little if the right team is not in place, but too often key roles go un lled BY RICHARD A. SPIRES 20
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