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Imagine going without the internet, the Interior Dept. did it, the Federal Register gets easier to use and the SBA launches new apps and e-learning

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Interior Dept. Transforms IT, Federal Register gets easier to use and how the SBA is pitching in by GovLoop Insights

On today’s program for Monday April 30th, 2012:

  • Imagine going without the Internet — at all. That is what the Interior Department had to do… for years. The agency has a new IT strategy — we’ll hear about the agency’s new IT Transformative Initiative with Deputy Assistant Secretary for Technology, Information and Business Services — Andrew Jackson.
  • Making the Federal Register easier to use and track with a new feature — you learn about the My Federal Register with one of the founders — Bob Burbach.
  • The last three years have been especially hard on small business. But the SBA has some new apps and e-learning courses out to help. You’ll get a preview from Michael Chodos the associate administrator for Entrepreneurial Development at the SBA

The White House Correspondents Dinner was here in Washington over the weekend… and yes, the General Services Administration and the Secret Service served as the punching bags for the annual joke-a-thon.

Like this zinger from host Jimmy Kimmel, “If anyone has tickets for the GSA after-party,” the comedian said, “the plane is leaving for the Four Seasons in Dubai at midnight on the dot. Don’t be late or you’ll miss out on your complimentary white tiger cub.”

If you missed President Obama’s speech or Jimmy Kimmel’s you can take a peek:





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