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Report: Congress May Take Up IT Bills in Lame Duck Session

Congress might use a so-called “lame duck” session after November to discuss five pending bills related to information technology, FCW reported Friday. FCW reports the Federal IT Acquisition Reform Act is up for review by the Senate, while the Reforming Federal of Procurement of IT Act has bipartisan support in …

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Barry West: Agencies Seek Holistic Approach to Mobile IT Management

Federal agencies are transitioning to mobile information technology as more employees use personal electronic devices and as cloud takes over traditional IT infrastructure, Federal Times reported Wednesday. Aaron Boyd writes Barry West, chief information officer of Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp., observed that agencies now consider mobility, cloud, social collaboration and …

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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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Rafael Diaz Appointed HUD CIO

Rafael Diaz, formerly chief information officer for the state of Illinois, has been appointed to a similar role at the Department of Housing and Urban Development, Federal News Radio reported Monday. Jason Miller writes Diaz replaces Kevin Cooke, who assumed the CIO post at the agency on an acting basis …

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