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Monthly Archives: November 2010

A Social Network That Keeps DOD Connected

When last February’s historic snow storm shut down most of Washington, DC, key decision makers for the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) were able to keep working, thanks in part to a suite of social networking tools that includes a …

Driving IT Reform: An Update

Tackling the information technology gap  between the public and private sectors is one of most effective ways we can make government work more effectively and efficiently for the American people. IT has been at the center of the private sector’s productivity …

Harnessing Innovation To Amplify Mission Success

The spirit of innovation is spreading throughout the Federal government, and the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) is no exception. Greater government-wide focus on transparency, collaboration, and participation has opened new pathways for innovation and invigorated those that …

FedRAMP: Governmentwide Approach to Cloud Security

If you’ve read my blog for a while, you know I have I have been a big proponent of cloud computing for some time. Cloud computing enables faster, greener, and more cost effective service to our stakeholders. However, that doesn’t …

Access Committee Public Listening Sessions

First Session Held in Chicago On September 30, the Access Committee of the Council of CIOs held the first in a series of public Listening Sessions, in collaboration with the Chief Acquisition Officers Council, the GSA Office of Governmentwide Policy …

FBI Targets Better Website Functionality

With estimated losses running as high as $6 billion annually, crimes related to art and antiquities—including theft, fraud, looting, and trafficking—don’t make a pretty picture. The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is hoping more Americans will provide tips about art …

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