Crossword: Federal IT Wish List

1. Mark Forman

2. Steve Cooper

3. Patrick Schambach

4. Rep. Tom Davis

5. John Stenbit

6. Scott Hastings

7. Charles Armstrong

8. Kay Coles James

9. Rear Adm. Charles Munns

10. John Gauss

11. Angela Styles

12. Hord Tipton

13. Sen. Fred Thompson

14. Norman Lorentz

15. Rep. Steve Horn

16. Mitchell E. Daniels Jr.


a. Chairmanship of the House Government Reform Committee

b. Streamlined hiring practices for federal IT workers

c. Success for the new A-76 process

d. Simplified, unified systems

e. President Bush's signature on a fiscal 2003 budget

f. A federal enterprise architecture

g. Smooth implementation of One VA

h. An Emmy award

i. A nationwide homeland security network

j. An IT infrastructure built from scratch

k. Good cybersecurity grades for all agencies

l. A successful test of the Automated Commercial Environment

m. A smooth NMCI rollout for the Marine Corps

n. Wireless security at the Pentagon

o. An effective accounting system for American Indian trust funds

p. An Entry Exit System that protects U.S. borders

Answers

1. Mark Forman

d


2. Steve Cooper

i


3. Patrick Schambach

j


4. Rep. Tom Davis

a


5. John Stenbit

n


6. Scott Hastings

p


7. Charles Armstrong

l


8. Kay Coles James

b


9. Rear Adm. Charles Munns

m


10. John Gauss

g


11. Angela Styles

c


12. Hord Tipton

o


13. Sen. Fred Thompson

h


14. Norman Lorentz

f


15. Rep. Steve Horn

k


16. Mitchell E. Daniels Jr.

e

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