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Report asks if a lack of federal personnel makes more contracting necessary.

Tech Skills In (Hot) Demand

The top places for openings include Washington, D.C., Chicago and Los Angeles.

From Nextgov.com: Obama raises stakes for cybersecurity

Unveiling results of 60-day review, president says he’ll appoint a cybersecurity czar at the White House.

National Business Center launches electronic onboarding tool

HR management suite is designed to streamline processing and coordinate information across multiple systems.

Senators disappointed with stimulus-tracking site

Watchdog pledges to gather advice for improving recovery.gov through an electronic town hall meeting and independent review.

From Nextgov.com: Prosecutors charge former IRS employee with filing false tax claims

Indianapolis worker allegedly used information from the Integrated Data Retrieval System to prepare six fraudulent income tax returns .

From Nextgov.com: Obama CIO goes on leave after scandal at former office

Vivek Kundra has not been implicated, but will remain on leave until more is known about his former colleagues’ alleged schemes to defraud the D.C. government.

From Nextgov.com: Virginia takes a lead role in the stimulus plan's push for health IT

A Q&A with Aneesh Chopra, Virginia's secretary of technology and CIO, on how the commonwealth will use funds to help build a nationwide electronic health records system.

From Nextgov.com: Defense urged to develop warfighting systems quicker to keep up in cyberspace

Lengthy software development cycle fails to account for rapidly changing requirements , official says.

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