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Megan commented on Cat Robinson's blog post 'Learn from Experts: How to Build a Great Government Website'
"A view of various state websites: EGOV at Gov 2.0 LA http://t.co/jalW5TSeas via @Hillary #gov20la #egov #challenges #portals"
May 9, 2013
William Blumberg liked Cat Robinson's blog post 'Learn from Experts: How to Build a Great Government Website'
May 9, 2013
Cat Robinson commented on Cat Robinson's blog post 'New Infographic: Government Technology in Review 2012'
"Thanks for the kind words everyone! Teri, I wonder if MIT's catalyst for their design was a circuit board, b/c it was for mine. Loved their holiday video. Thanks for sharing!"
Dec 21, 2012
Teri Centner commented on Cat Robinson's blog post 'New Infographic: Government Technology in Review 2012'
"Great work! I like the lines and dots motif. (Reminds me of this year's MIT virtual holiday card at http://video.mit.edu)"
Dec 21, 2012
Samuel Lovett commented on Cat Robinson's blog post 'New Infographic: Government Technology in Review 2012'
"epic and awesome!"
Dec 20, 2012
Samuel Lovett liked Cat Robinson's blog post 'New Infographic: Government Technology in Review 2012'
Dec 20, 2012
Andrew Krzmarzick commented on Cat Robinson's blog post 'New Infographic: Government Technology in Review 2012'
"So cool! I think Rover checking into Foursquare on Mars is my favorite! :-)"
Dec 20, 2012
Cat Robinson commented on Cat Robinson's blog post 'New Infographic: Government Technology in Review 2012'
"Thanks Vanessa! It was fun to make!"
Dec 20, 2012
Vanessa Vogel liked Cat Robinson's blog post 'New Infographic: Government Technology in Review 2012'
Dec 20, 2012
Vanessa Vogel commented on Cat Robinson's blog post 'New Infographic: Government Technology in Review 2012'
"I love this infographic!! Well done!"
Dec 20, 2012
GovLoop liked Cat Robinson's blog post 'New Infographic: Government Technology in Review 2012'
Dec 20, 2012
Emily Jarvis liked Cat Robinson's blog post 'New Infographic: Government Technology in Review 2012'
Dec 19, 2012
Cat Robinson posted a blog post

New Infographic: Government Technology in Review 2012

Story HighlightsGovLoop launches year in review technology infographicInfographic below highlights top events for government technology in 2012Be sure to view our year end report, which includes interviews with government thought leaders, insights from 250 GovLoop members, case studies and best practices looking back on government technology in 2012.  …See More
Dec 19, 2012
Cat Robinson commented on Joshua Millsapps's blog post '5 keys to mastering anything'
"Insightful post. I think a roadblock to mastery in the past for me as been admitting the preciousness of time and the inability to "do it all."Though as I get older I see the value, more and more, of choosing and then following through."
Nov 26, 2012
Cat Robinson posted a blog post

How NOAA Used Social Media to be One Step Ahead of Sandy

Howto.gov recently hosted a webinar on social media tools and Sandy. During the lead up, storm, and aftermath, NOAA had you covered. Personally, I was googling the storm as it happened, but looking back I should've just logged onto NWS's facebook page. NWS tweeted and facebooked there way through preparedness with the country. They made a great point…See More
Nov 15, 2012
Cat Robinson commented on Robert Gresh's group 'Graphic Design in Government'
"Nerd out on color here..."
Nov 15, 2012

Profile Information

Current Title:
Graphic Design Fellow
Current Agency or Organization
GovLoop
What Best Describes Your Role?
Other
Educational Background (Degree, School):
MA from GWU in Art Therapy
Profile Links - Blog, Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook
Catrobinsondesign.com
http://www.linkedin.com/pub/cat-robinson/37/28/6a2
Topics I Care About
Acquisition, Budget, Career, Communications, Fun Stuff, Gov 2.0, HR / Training, IT (Cloud Open Source), Leadership, Pay/Benefits, Performance Mgmt, Project / Program Mgmt, Telework
I work for the government because:
To do what I love, design, and more importantly for a greater purpose.
My favorite public servant is:
Steve VanRoekel

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New Infographic: Government Technology in Review 2012

Posted on December 19, 2012 at 3:00pm 7 Comments

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  • GovLoop launches year in review technology infographic
  • Infographic below highlights top events for government technology in…
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How NOAA Used Social Media to be One Step Ahead of Sandy

Posted on November 15, 2012 at 3:00pm 0 Comments

Howto.gov recently hosted a webinar on social media tools and Sandy. During the lead up, storm, and aftermath, NOAA had you covered. Personally, I was googling the storm as it happened, but looking back I should've just logged onto NWS's facebook page. NWS tweeted and facebooked there way through preparedness with the country. They made a great…

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EZ like Sunday Morning

Posted on November 8, 2012 at 10:59am 0 Comments

DCWeek conducted yet another informative seminar, this one shed light on the ins-and-outs of the shiny, new RFP-EZ. If you are in charge of procurement of software services in your agency...Listen up. 

The session, dubbed "Changing Relationships: Gov 2.0, Small Businesses and Entrepreneurs" was comprised of 4 expert panelists being:

Clay Johnson…

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It's DCWeek!

Posted on November 6, 2012 at 8:15pm 0 Comments

If the election doesn't provide enough excitement for you this week, never fear...it's also DCWeek. "DCWEEK is a week long festival in the US capitol focused on bringing together designers, developers, entrepreneurs, and social innovators of all kinds." 

Yesterday I attended the session titled: "Changing Relationships: Gov 2.0 and the Citizen" at Affinity Lab. Panelists discussed "MyGov," a government initiative meant to help individuals…

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