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Preliminary Results of the CIO Council’s Government-wide Hiring Event
February 2, 2018
Federal CIO Council 2017 Accomplishments
December 29, 2017
Final IT Modernization Report
December 22, 2017
Universal Design: What’s in it for Me?
December 21, 2017
Universal Design: What is it?
December 20, 2017