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FCW : August 30, 2014
4 August 30, 2014 FCW.COM DEPARTMENTS 5 EDITOR'S NOTE Finding savings in FOIA 8 COMMENTARY Building the next generation of federal tech talent BYJEAN MARTIN AND KRIS VAN RIPER How IT reform could still pass Congress this year BY ALAN P. BALUTIS How FITARA can x federal IT BY WILLIAM LORD 3 ways to get more out of the Data Act BY STEVE GOODRICH 24 EXEC TECH Beyond BYOD: Who oversees the apps? BY COLBY HOCHMUTH 30 DRILL DOWN 13 things that are about to change at VA BY JONATHAN LUTTON AND TROY K. SCHNEIDER 31 FLASHBACK Before CyberVor: A dozen key federal breaches BY JONATHAN LUTTON 33 FCW INDEX 34 BACK STORY Budget capitulations Contents TRENDING 3 MANAGEMENT OMB launches Digital Service team to guide IT projects FCW CALENDAR Where you need to be next 6 SECURITY DHS suspends work with USIS after cyberattack 7 TECHNOLOGY What keeps DARPA up at night. Plus, an FCW Insider news roundup. 14 PEOPLE The women behind OSTP Five years ago, the White House s tech policy shop was effectively a boys club. But times have changed. BY COLBY HOCHMUTH 18 PROGRAM MANAGEMENT The perils of petascale IT projects Why SBInet, HealthCare.gov and ECSS are just the beginning of large-scale IT project failures BY KEVIN C. DESOUZA AND KENDRA L. SMITH 22 PROFILE For NRC's Ash, information comes before technology Nuclear regulatory commission CIO Darren Ash has some de nite views on how technology can change government BY COLBY HOCHMUTH 28 CIO PERSPECTIVE Program management: The contractor's role Here is what it takes, both of cially and informally, to make the partnership between an agency and a contractor succeed BY RICHARD A. SPIRES 14
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