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Five blogs worth reading

Federal Computer Week (FCW) profiles 4 government blogs and one non-government blog that they find worth reading here: 5 blogs worth reading, FCW, May 12, 2008. For each one they give a description, notes on how often it is updated and why it is worth reading, and sample entries.

1. The Impact of IT on Businesses and Their Leaders
2. Department of Health and Human Services blog
3. Congressional Budget Office Director’s Blog
4. DipNote
5. Navy Department CIO blog

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