From JEDI to CIA to TIC: The stories that made 2020

  • From JEDI to CIA to TIC: The stories that made 2020

    Posted by on December 24, 2020 at 12:20 AM

    The Reporter’s Notebook started off as an idea to highlight all the tidbits and news nuggets that got lost or left out of a story.

    It has, I’m pleased to say, morphed into what I hope is news analysis that not only highlights stories rarely covered day-to-day, but takes on well-known topics that make my audience think or reconsider their established positions.

    It’s been eight years since I launched this feature and I still surprise myself nearly every week with how stories come together, the federal and industry experts and sources that provide me immeasurable support, insights and ideas that form the notebook and, hopefully have an impact on the three “Ps” of the federal government: Policy, people and programs.

    As always, I encourage you to submit ideas, suggestions, and, of course, news to me at The 2018 top 10 list featured stories about change and turbulence in the federal IT and acquisition communities. In 2019, the top stories were more diverse with a mix of IT past, present and future.

    In 2020, the top stories conformed to many of the most popular topics that played out across the government with three follow-ons from the previous year.

    Here are the top 10 Reporter’s Notebook stories of 2020.

    1. A cyber cautionary tale: Unnamed agency suffers sophisticated, possibly nation state attack

    It’s a little surprising that this story was the most read of this year. It came together almost as an

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