Daily Government Contracting Recap – April 23, 2010

Stephanie Cutter

The FBI has hired a new director of cybersecurity, Gordon Snow.

Service academies are battling out rivalries in cyberspace.

Stephanie Cutter was named Assistant to the President for Special Projects.

Childhood obesity: threat to national security.

DOE will invest in new technologies.

The VA suspended 2/3 of its IT programs yesterday.

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