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GCN : October 2015
BY STEPHANIE KANOWITZ INDUSTRY INSIGHT FEATURES 9 The office of the future It’s already here — if you know where to look 14 GCN Awards: Teamwork, change agents and the best in public-sector IT GCN (ISSN 0738-4300) is published 11 times a year, monthly except Dec by 1105 Media, Inc. , 9201 Oakdale Avenue, Ste. 101, Chatsworth, CA 91311. Periodicals postage paid at Chatsworth, CA 91311-9998 , and at additional mailing offices. Complimentary subscriptions are sent to qualifying subscribers. Annual subscription rates payable in U.S . funds for non- qualified subscribers are: U.S. $125.00, International $165.00. Subscription inquiries, back issue requests, and address changes: Mail to: GCN, P.O. Box 2166, Skokie, IL 60076-7866, call (866) 293-3194, outside U.S. (847) 763-9560; fax (847) 763- 9564 or email GCNmag@1105service.com. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to GCN, P.O. Box 2166, Skokie, IL 60076-7866. Canada Publications Mail Agreement No: 40612608. Return Undeliverable Canadian Addresses to Circulation Dept. or XPO Returns: P.O . Box 201, Richmond Hill, ON L4B 4R5, Canada. INSIDE GCN OCTOBER 2015 • GCN.COM 3 15 Government Executive of the Year: Ron Ross 16 Industry Executive of the Year: David Moskovitz 18 14 years, 3 billion miles and 2 kbps data downloads 20 New FBI system casts wide biometric net over criminals 22 NIH-built toolset helps researchers share and compare data 23 Unraveling a web of fraud 24 Putting a reference library in division officers’ pockets 26 Utah dashboard short cuts legislative analysis 28 Transforming 40,000 databases into one consolidated logistics system 29 Finding child victims in a haystack of forensic images 31 Innovation that was worth the wait 34 Helping Ohioans understand and embrace organ donation 36 Pennsylvania spins up 21st-century financial system 37 Building a template for successful health exchanges 38 Honorable mentions BRIEFING 8 California shares criminal justice data, and USPTO opens the door to 4 decades of data HOW TO 39 The vetting of trusted users should never end WISH LIST 42 Tech that we hope hits the public sector 1015gcn_003.indd 3 10/5/15 2:33 PM
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