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In This Issue:
New Approaches To Government IT: More than a dozen of Uncle Sam's CIOs and CTOs shared their strategies on IT security, project performance, delivering new services, and other priorities at the InformationWeek Government IT Leadership Forum. We provide highlights.
FBI's More Open, More Secure Strategy: CIO Chad Fulgham has made progress getting agents the collaboration technology they need. But some of the biggest challenges are still ahead.
White House Reviews $13B In IT Spending: Demanding better returns on government IT projects, the Office of Management and Budget has put a temporary hold on billions allocated annually to financial systems and is conducting a detailed review of another slate of high-risk projects.
HUD's Silo Buster: CIO Jerry Williams talks with InformationWeek Government about the huge transformation that has him consolidating IT infrastructure and management at the Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Rob Preston: Does the public sector really get financial discipline? Fed budget czars are talking tough about IT spending, but projected "modest" spending increases of 5% a year through 2015 show that they're all bark.