A survey of chief information security officers reveals a divide between agency haves and have-nots in information technology spending.
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Measure in omnibus would require agencies to hire chief privacy officers.
Agencies spent $155 billion on information technology-related contracts in fiscal 2004, according to report.
Only those with certified performance systems can boost pay rates to new base cap.
Contract for Treasury Communications Enterprise could be worth $3 billion over a decade.
While employees must pay entire cost, pre-tax dollars may be used.
New requirements would bring federal agencies' relocation polices in line with the private sector.