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FCW : July 15, 2014
6 July 15, 2014 FCW.COM DEPARTMENTS 7 EDITOR'S NOTE What you need to know (at least for starters) 12 COMMENTARY 3 cheers for GSA,Trump and the Old Post Of ce BY STEVE KELMAN How business-led IT changes the game BY KRIS VAN RIPER AND AUDREY MICKAHAIL Pivoting for the next big leap in government IT BY ANTHONY ROBBINS 30 CIO PERSPECTIVE Program management:The importance of architecture BY RICHARD A. SPIRES 33 FCW INDEX 34 BACK STORY FCW readers on innovation, culture and 18F Contents TRENDING 3 DEFENSE Is culture the key to acquisition reform? FCW CALENDAR Where you need to be next 8 NEWS BRIEFS RAND says cyber-staff shortage is a national security risk, study shows savings from VA telehealth program, and IBM taps Epic for Defense health IT bid 9 DRONES Federal agency eyes commercial UAS apps 10 MANAGEMENT Data mashups on a military scale, and HealthCare.gov leadership changes include a dedicated CTO 11 PEOPLE SEC tries out the business information of cer, and an FCW Insider news roundup 18 HOW IT WORKS GAO: What Congress' watchdogs are thinking Meet the leaders behind all those audits BY RICHARD E. COHEN 23 Inspiring government employees Dealing with problem employees head-on can go a long way toward improving performance and morale BY KATHERINE REYNOLDS LEWIS 25 GitHub: A Swiss Army knife for open government What started as a version control system for code has become a platform for ideas and collaboration BY LUKE FRETWELL 28 The cybersecurity framework and you Deconstructing the tools that have emerged from Obama's executive order on securing critical infrastructure BY MICHAEL BROWN 18
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