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President Bush plans to appoint an Ohio lawyer to be the federal government’s first chief human capital officer.
Large, traditional defense contractors have easily remade themselves to be homeland security providers since the September 2001 terrorist attacks. But none appear to have made drastic changes that would redefine their core businesses.
Management questions and concerns about outdated systems and insufficient integration prompted a House Armed Services subcommittee on Friday to vote to cut $2 billion from the Defense Department's fiscal 2004 budget request for information technology programs.