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FCW : January and February 2017
DEPARTMENTS 14 COMMENTARY How to thrive in the Trump administration BY DAVID WENNERGREN 5 predictions for federal IT in 2017 BY VENKATAPATHI “PV” PUVVADA Creating a culture of innovation in government BY WILLIAM D. EGGERS 26 EXEC TECH Telecom transition is looming BY MARK ROCKWELL 28 WT INSIDER What to make of the Alliant 2 protest rulings BY NICK WAKEMAN 30 CIO PERSPECTIVE IT advice for theTrump administration BY RICHARD A. SPIRES 32 THE LECTERN A smoking gun for government contracting BY STEVE KELMAN 34 FCW INDEX Contents TRENDING 3 CYBERSECURITY House promises probe of DHS election tech moves FCW CALENDAR Where you need to be next 9 INNOVATION Air Force launches Digital Service franchise, and Obama makes the PIF program permanent 10 CONGRESS House leaders back a plan to authorize DHS operations 11 POLICY Is a unified .gov network the way to go? Plus, an FCW Insider news roundup. WORKFORCE 18 Could Congress really cut feds’ pay to $1? The House’s adoption of a 140-year-old rule aimed at limiting spending has raised concerns that lawmakers might target the salaries of individual agency employees BY ADAM MAZMANIAN CAREER 20 How cyber pros can stay on top of their game Federal information security professionals need the same technical expertise as their private-sector colleagues — but that’s just the beginning BY KAREN EPPER HOFFMAN INNOVATION 22 Rob Cook: The Hollywood techie who leads the government’s innovation shop The software whiz behind Pixar movies surprised even himself by leaving a “failed” retirement to take a top technology job at the General Services Administration BY ADAM MAZMANIAN 22 4 January/February 2017 FCW.COM 0217fcw_004.indd 4 1/25/17 9:26 AM
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