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07.28.2004 SmartBUY Agreements currently in place
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07.19.2004 White Paper on Service Component-Based Architectures Memo from Karen Evans and Dan Matthews
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CIO Council Executive Leadership Awards

The first CIO Council Executive Leadership Awards were held this year September 9th at IRMCO in Cambridge, Maryland. Winners of the this years awards are: Individual awards, Mr. Floyd Groce, Mr. Mark Luttner, and Ms. Sandra Smith and team award is CORE.GOV
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Welcome to the Federal CIO Council Website, the central resource on the activities of the Federal CIO Council. The Chief Information Officers Council is the principal interagency forum to assist CIOs in realizing their mandates to ensure the rapid and effective implementation of information management and information technology (IM/IT) solutions within each agency and to create a more results-oriented, efficient, and citizen-centered Federal government. The CIO Council works to improve agency practices related to the acquisition, modernization, use, sharing, and performance of Federal government information resources. This website was recently redesigned to create an easily navigable resource to share the efforts and progress of the CIO Council as it works to achieve its vision of better government through better use of information, people, processes and technology. Users are encouraged to contact us to let us know if you have found the website useful or to offer comment on how utility can be improved.

Please be sure to check out our calendar of events for information regarding the "Ethernet in the First Mile: An Introduction" event on October 19th.
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