I was at an event earlier today on military and government use of social media, where the closing question directed at the panel was simply: what is your biggest challenge?I found the panelists…Continue
The City of Port Arthur seeks a knowledgeable, creative individual to serve as Engineering Designer II. The successful individual will provide technical and administrative staff assistance to the…Continue
Well, it's that time again. New Year, New President (sort of...), New Resolutions, New GovLoop. For those that remember, it was just about a year ago this week that we rolled out a whole bunch of new changes to the site at the beginning of 2012. We put a lot of effort into building out our topics pages in…Continue
The GovLoop team, with the aid of the good folks at Forum One, is currently in the process of pushing a few new updates to the site in our continual efforts towards better usability and an overall more pleasing user experience.
So if you see strange things happening around the site, please bear with us! We promise it'll be worth it. Updates to come soon.
The technology landscape has changed immensely in the past 10 years, and the Federal IT spending has changed right along with it. Many of the technologies that we enjoy both in our government and civilian lives did not even exist in 2001, and the rate of advancement of new tools and toys in the world of technology is only going to grow.
We're coming up on 3 months since…Continue
If you have been on GovLoop recently (or even if you haven't), you have probably noticed a few changes around the site. We appreciated your patience as we rolled out the seven new community pages last week, but the fun doesn't end there!
In addition to the launch of the newly focused GovLoop community pages, we have done a bit of sprucing up around the homepage to…Continue