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The website published a number of stories this week including pieces about a prominent congressman who is set to retire and a government technology executive who was just named to an additional role.
McCormack most recently served as deputy assistant attorney general of information resources management and CIO for the Justice Department.
He also directed the Customs and Border Protection agency’s infrastructure services unit on an acting basis between 2004 and 2005.
Jim Moran has announced that he will retire in December of 2014 after 23 years in Congress.
During his time in Congress, Moran worked to change the process of hiring and retaining federal workers, to protect pay hikes for employees and improve the Senior Executive Service.
He was the mayor of the city of Alexandria before he was voted into Congress in 1990.
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