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June 3, 2015 1:13 am
April 27, 2010 — Federal CIOs tell me that one of the reasons they became successful was because of the wide range of knowledge they had amassed — everything from group dynamics to change management.
If you are a federal IT professional and want to move up in the ranks, you may want to broaden you educational background.
Listen to what a profession and a student-turned-professor have to say about the Masters in Technology Management from George Mason University (TECHMAN).
The well-received program will round you out in areas like finance, economics, and accounting.
Carl Willis-Ford spent nine years in federal service and shares some of the common concerns that potential students (like you) may have.
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