FCW Insider: FCW.com's most-read stories this past week

The following are the most- read stories on for the week of Aug. 4.* [Federal Computer Week, Aug. 4, 2008]Williams is eminently qualified for the job, yet his nomination is being held up.* [FCW.com, Aug. 8, 2008]Agencies scored the highest ranking on 80 percent of their progress measures in the latest President’s Management Agenda score card, a slight increase from the previous report, which recorded more than 75 percent green.* [FCW.com, Aug. 6, 2008]Federal employees who use government purchase cards could have more eyes watching them. The Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee approved a bill Aug. 1 that would have agency inspectors general performing more audits and risk assessments on the government purchase and travel cards that agencies have given some federal employees.* [Federal Computer Week, Aug. 4, 2008] * [FCW.com, Aug. 4, 2008]The House has passed a bill that would require a company or agency working on behalf of the Veterans Affairs Department to give preference when making purchases to small businesses owned by service-disabled veterans.* [FCW.com, Aug. 5, 2008]The Transportation Security Administration has suspended new enrollments for the largest vendor in the Registered Traveler program following the company's loss of a laptop PC that contained unencrypted personal information on 33,000 participants in the program.* [FCW.com, Aug. 1, 2008]The Homeland Security Department has released additional details about its role in the Bush administration’s Comprehensive National Cybersecurity Initiative to Congress, but it is being less forthcoming in public releases. *

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