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Kim Truong liked Pat Fiorenza's blog post 'New Report: How Cloud Computing is Powering the Agency of the Future'
Jan 13
Lauren Pasco liked Kim Truong's blog post 'The Public Safety Journey into Analytics: NYPD Case Study'
Dec 2, 2013
Kim Truong liked Pat Fiorenza's blog post 'Are You Ready to Be the Agency of the Future? GovLoop's Latest Report Explores Open Source Technology'
Nov 25, 2013
Kim Truong liked Kathleen Schafer's blog post 'The Truth About What’s Really Wrong With Obamacare'
Nov 7, 2013
Kim Truong liked Pat Fiorenza's blog post 'Agency of the Future Guide: Winning the Cybersecurity Battle'
Oct 8, 2013
Kim Truong liked Andrew Krzmarzick's blog post 'New and Improved Guide to the Presidential Management Fellows (PMF) Application Process'
Oct 3, 2013
Kim Truong liked Joseph Porcelli's blog post '3 Self Care Tips and Resources to Deal with Stress and Trauma from #NavyYardShootings'
Sep 17, 2013
Kim Truong liked Amy DeWolf's discussion Will Social Media End Bad Customer Service?
Sep 16, 2013
Kim Truong liked Samantha Holquist's blog post 'What is the Best International Affairs Oriented Organization for Young Professionals to Join?'
Sep 15, 2013
Kim Truong liked Samantha Holquist's blog post 'The Perfect Reading List to Begin Your International Job Journey'
Sep 15, 2013
Kim Truong liked Pat Fiorenza's blog post '3 Ways GIS is Powering Civic Engagement Initiatives'
Sep 12, 2013
Kim Truong liked Pat Fiorenza's blog post 'GovLoop Guide - The Mapping Revolution: Incorporating Geographic Information Systems in Government'
Sep 9, 2013
Kim Truong liked Kathryn David's blog post 'If You Don’t Have Something Nice To Say: You’re Hurting Your Agency'
Sep 1, 2013
Kim Truong liked Amy DeWolf's discussion Tips for Becoming A Better Social Media Writer
Aug 29, 2013
Kim Truong liked Dannielle Blumenthal's blog post 'From "OpenGov" to "MyGov"'
Aug 23, 2013
Kim Truong commented on Kim Truong's blog post 'Compete Like a Man, Lead Like a Woman'
"Thank you all for adding to the discussion. There's certainly many societal factors at play and you've highlighted a lot of the important ones, such as education, upbringing, incentives, etc.  With regards to young daughters, I came…"
Aug 22, 2013

Profile Information

Current Title:
MPP/MPA Graduate Student
Current Agency or Organization
Columbia University
What Best Describes Your Role?
Other
Educational Background (Degree, School):
Columbia University
School of International & Public Affairs
Master of Public Administration

Hertie School of Governance, Berlin, Germany
Master of Public Policy

Stanford University
Bachelor of Arts - Human Biology, concentration in Health Policy
Profile Links - Blog, Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook
https://linkedin.com/in/kimtruong21/
https://twitter.com/kimbtruong
Topics I Care About
Acquisition, Career, HR / Training, Leadership, Project / Program Mgmt, Telework, Analytics, Mobile, GIS, Citizen Engagement, Cloud, Open Source, Cybersecurity, Social Media, Data Center Consolidation, Digital Governance
My favorite public servant is:
Paul Farmer

Kim Truong's Blog

6 Tips for Putting on a Winning Webinar

Posted on August 15, 2013 at 2:30pm 0 Comments



Last week, GovLoop and ON24 hosted a virtual event on how government agencies can transition traditional in-person trainings and conferences to the virtual environment. This movement has the power to drastically cut costs, time, and emissions, while delivering an interactive and engaging experience to participants. The presentations were crammed with great tips on how to plan and execute successful events, such as virtual learning programs, conferences, and career fairs.

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Compete Like a Man, Lead Like a Woman

Posted on August 15, 2013 at 1:00pm 10 Comments

Yesterday morning, I attended Drupal GovDays 2013 at the National Institutes of Health campus. While I have limited web design and coding experience, I found the conference valuable in that it showcased the power of technology in bringing people together to discuss leading practices and new tools. The depth and breadth of the speaker topics and workshops was incredible, ranging from how to use multilingual…

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Recap: Why Emergency Communication Matters

Posted on August 14, 2013 at 5:00pm 2 Comments



Communications are never more important than when a crisis hits. Superstorm Sandy, the tornadoes in Moore, Oklahoma , the Boston Marathon bombings, and others have shown us how essential it is for our government and community leaders to quickly communicate with the public during an emergency.
 

At the same time, communication channels have changed. Technologies such as mobile were not…

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Why “Do More with Less” is Wrong

Posted on August 12, 2013 at 3:00pm 14 Comments

For government managers faced with restrained budgets, hiring freezes, and new mandates, the pressure to do more with existing resources has gained widespread traction. “Wrong” is a bit of an overstatement, but for one government leader, the notion of “doing more with less” misses a central point. Last week, Rafael Borras, Under Secretary for Management at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, told a packed room at the…

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