Federal Computer Week
Federal Computer Week is a weekly US magazine covering technology mostly within the federal government, although coverage can also extend to state, local, tribal and international governments.
History and profileEdit
FCW was established in 1987. The magazine is published weekly and is headquartered in Vienna, Virginia. It was part of FCW Media Group. It is currently owned by California-based 1105 Government Information Group, a privately held company backed by two private equity firms: Nautic Partners and Alta Communications.
David Rapp, formerly an executive with Congressional Quarterly became the publication's new editor (and editorial director overseeing all 1105 GovInfo publications) in December 2008. His predecessor in the FCW position, Christopher Dorobek, resigned in August 2008 to accept a position at WFED radio.
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