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The Atlantic
The Information Technology & Innovation Foundation predicted in 2009 that the number of jobs filled by telecommuters would grow nearly four-fold before 2020.
Federal Computer Week
Daniel Castro, senior analyst with the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation, said, through the cloud, agencies do not have to keep their data centers nearby as was necessary in the recent past.
National Journal
ITIF Senior Analyst Daniel Castro and others argued that many companies may choose not to target websites to children because they don’t want to try to comply with the stricter COPPA rules.
The Christian Science Monitor
Rob Atkinson, president of the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation, a leading think tank in Washington, says the strong health of Germany’s Mittelstand results from Germany’s deeply-rooted "engineering culture."
FCW
GSA also has offices dealing with government wide policy and citizen services. The agency is built for bureaucracy, he said. It needs to break down its own walls—which will be a radical change that tests the agency’s fortitude, he said.

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Governing
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Manufacturing.net
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CIO
The President’s plan is good politics but bad policy, says Robert Atkinson.