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Rick Holgate: FITARA Would Prompt IT Governance Adjustment at Component Agencies

A measure in the recently-passed 2015 National Defense Authorization Act would trigger changes in the oversight of information technology spending at federal agencies and their components, Federal Times reported Thursday. Aaron Boyd writes the Federal Information Technology Acquisition Reform Act is meant to give chief information officers more authority over …

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Senate’s 2015 FSGG Spending Bill Contains Federal IT Initiatives

The Senate’s Financial Services and General Government appropriations bill for fiscal year 2015 contains initiatives designed to help agencies procure and utilize information technology, FCW reported Monday. Alan Balutis, a senior director at Cisco, writes that one provision would give federal chief information officers authority to decide on IT spending …

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Charles Corpman Among DoD CIO Award Winners

Charles Corpman, chief of U.S. Strategic Command’s command and control function, was selected as the first place winner in the individual category for the Defense Department‘s 2013 Chief Information Officer Awards. Corpman was recognized for his work to help modernize nuclear command and control programs, the Pentagon said Friday. Respective …

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