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Monthly Archives: September 2010

Vivek Kundra Testimony on Improving Transparency and Accessibility of Federal Contracting Databases

Improving Transparency and Accessibility of Federal Contracting Databases STATEMENT OF VIVEK KUNDRA FEDERAL CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER, ADMINISTRATOR FOR ELECTRONIC GOVERNMENT AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET   BEFORE THE SENATE HOMELAND SECURITY AND GOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS AD HOC SUBCOMMITTEE …

Graduation Ceremony Honors 64 Employees for Continuing Education

On September 14th, I was proud to be included in a graduation ceremony at NRC honoring 64 employees in pursuit of higher learning. During the event we recognized and awarded certificates to three groups of employees who completed agency sponsored …

Simplifying IRS Forms Becomes Mission Possible at Treasury

Using public feedback to streamline Internal Revenue Service (IRS) forms has become mission possible, thanks to PRAComment.gov The Department of the Treasury launched the site in July as a collaboration tool to invite public comments on its forms. The first …

Information Technology as Part of the Golden Triangle

It is always exciting to feel that what you do at work is important.  It helps you get up every morning, even makes the commute a little easier.  This is especially true these days with those of us involved in …

Big Ideas Come from Everywhere

Promoting Innovation Through Challenge.Gov Great minds don’t always think alike, which is why the General Services Administration (GSA) launched Challenge.gov, an online platform that encourages diverse public participation and a variety of innovative solutions to the problems facing Federal Government. …

Information Technology Trenz

At the NASA IT Summit, Gartner Analyst David Cearley announced that it is 1981 again and the PC era is over! What an amazing declaration.  Well, I loved David’s statement.  In 1981, I was on my first short tour at NASA.  I also …

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